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Dark Matter (the next step)

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Mar 4, 2006 | 9:35 PM EST
File Info
2.5 MB
3 min 7 sec
3.56 / 5.00

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Rated 3.56 / 5 stars
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623 Plays | 223 Downloads
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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


But starts out a little too slow for me. I like the noise in the bg (bass)... The poppin' sound you used is superb! Seriously, wow :| The high synth indeed comes in way to late, but this is a perfect SNES or NES song :| Omfg, why isn't this in the Video Games section! I would love to see this is some weird 16/8-bit adventure! Wow :| I'm impressed! As you might have read in my response to your review on "Acid Stab" (my weirdest techno song), I've recommanded you to all the readers/listeners :) You have potential man, wow :)! Keep up the great work!


attemptedperfection responds:

wow, thanks for the kind words!
and for the recommendation!
I've been indecisive about which genre to put this song in, but I hadn't even considered the Video Games section... maybe the "final" version will go there. I'm actually planning on spicing it up, adding vocals in some unconventional way, and including it in an EP that I'm donating to SoundAid for charity. But that version won't be on here, since its free availability would defeat the purpose :P
Thanks again for the review!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ohh, you've gotten better!

Your music has gotten quite a bit more polished since the last time I listened to it! Great job!

Nice introduction of the instruments at the beginning. I would personally have a higher synth on top of the rest of the parts once you get towards the middle of the piece. You introduced one a little late for my taste, and I think the frequency could be slightly higher, along with the volume. Not much, but a little.

Great job, 5/5 hands down :)

attemptedperfection responds:

Thanks for the kind words!
after quite a few listens, I also noticed the high synth coming in a little too late... among other things... but your notice of the same issue assures that said issue will be resolved.
Thanks again for the review!