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Uploaded
Jan 5, 2012 | 8:57 AM EST
File Info
Song
4.5 MB
4 min 56 sec
Score
1.96 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 1.96 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
258 Plays | 23 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
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Reviews


ma-dma-d

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Defenately not dubstep.

Well, firstly this shouldnt be classified as dubstep, its 120bpm, which is way off. Im not really sure of what genre this should be, as i dont really listen to this kinda stuff but sounds closer to house, correct me if im wrong.
As for the song, disregarding genre, its hard to hear any of the lower end of the drums, cant hear the kick, and even the high hats and snare drums seem to be lost in the mass of other sounds and synths that i think take up the same range.
There are a couple of nice sounds and synths in the track, but i dont think they are given enough room in the mix to hear them properly, so everything just seems like a mess of noise.
I listened to a few of your other tracks labeled as dubstep and they all are at 120bpm :P so if you want to continue experementing with that, my first suggestion is to make it 140bpm. Once youve done that i reckon you could make some nice songs :)
I look forward to your future submissions ;)


N3rgul responds:

Well, its actually 140 bpm. Second, dubstep doesn't have to be 140 bpm, it can be as generally any speed between 120 to around 180. Ive seen some dubstep tracks at around 85 bpm or 90. I classified it as dubstep because of the wobble's I had in the breakdown. The other tracks I have as dubstep are actually not 120 bpm. Most are 140 bpm or above. Alice in Digiland is 180 bpm. Digital Salvation is 180 bpm. but thanks