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DJ Niamek - Field of Lightning

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14.3 MB
6 min 15 sec
4.58 / 5.00

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Trance-D&B fusion.

Some of you might remember this tune from my Niamek spectrum test submission. I started the piece right after I had finished Thirty-Six, which was a doozy of a long time ago, and when I got as far as I did in the first few days or so I posted a little demo. That was before Sylenth1 was registered, before I knew much about stereo imaging, before I had iZotope Ozone and Alloy to master with, and before I could have possibly come up with a final product like this at that time. So I'm really proud of this, and I really hope you enjoy it. It's got some good fast beats, lots of slow and charged (lightning - hint hint) lead lines as well as crazy fast-paced ones, nice chords, and a pretty darn random structure. That's how I like it though. :D

Thank you very much for listening!
Rate & review accordingly; please let me know what you think of this. :)




Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is awsome! Someone needs to have a tesla coil play this.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome ^^

Just one question, why when I downloaded it, it was over an hour long?
Well... I can listen to this song for over an hour =)

Silta responds:

Now that, my friend, is extremely weird. Hahaha that escapes me, I didn't have that problem myself when I tried downloading it just now, and the master file is all in order. Sorry that happened, don't know why :S
Glad you like it that much though! :D



Rated 3 / 5 stars


i think it's much more like trance than dnb, because i don't hear any element of dnb in this at all. it's sounds great, maybe you overmaximized the synths a little bit, but i think it's fine.
i like the pads, synths and the structure, but thats all.

Silta responds:

Drum 'n' Bass as a genre is characterized by fast breakbeat percussion loops and a tempo between 160 and 180 BPM. This song is 164 BPM, and it has many drum patterns that go beyond the standard perpetual 4x4 kick in trance. Like I said in the description, it's sort of a fusion of trance and d&b; since it better fits the description of d&b, it's listed as that.

But I would prefer that you pay attention to the suspense and energy that the track holds rather than just all the little technical aspects. With those standards, you're grading an amateur artist the same way that you would a seasoned professional. I understand that the technical side of an electronically produced track is equally important, but I was hoping for a response more along the lines of commenting on the music itself. But, to each his own.

Thanks for listening,