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Uploaded
Jan 16, 2012 | 9:43 AM EST
File Info
Song
9.6 MB
5 min 16 sec
Score
4.00 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Score:
Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
791 Plays | 26 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
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Author Comments

Hi, Newgrounds. This is my first submission of 2012, and in it I decided to try making dubstep for the first time. I ended up with this, an equal parts dubstep and trance song about someone stranded out in the cold. It was murder to try and change the wobble speed in FL, but I eventually succeeded. Hopefully I've succeeded in making a song that people want to listen to as well.

I would like to make it better than it is, so constructive criticism is very much appreciated.

If you want to use this in anything, go ahead. Just be sure to credit me (I want people to spread the word).

Thanks!
~ochrence

Reviews


CoopCoop

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I think that this tune sounded great, without the stuttering that you've added for the "dubstep" part of it - as a result, something has been lost, kind of like the colours on a nice shirt fading after a few washes. Some people think it's trendy, which it probably is, but it doesn't apply to all things, so on a brand new suit, faded patches look silly.

Metaphor aside, you've given some life to this piece of dance or trance, which I liked, the way that it cycles various instruments and sounds, to keep the track working, rather than going stale halfway through, which is always a plus, on a track as long as this - you have the chance to get people into it, rather than being the same all the way through and diverting them away.

Hell, if you took the dubstep rough edges out of this track, I'd be very happy listening to it, in the right scenario. I think that it's got a future and the whole dance, trance, house, techno and dubstep (plus the other genres that I've neglected) are all very similar sounding and with that in mind, a few changes to any track makes it switch to another genre, so perhaps that's my issue with it.

That said, the track itself sounds good. I quite like listening to it and overall, I think I've benefited from listening to it. Could I use it if I were a game developer? Possibly, though it would probably be a racing game of some sort, which limits the market, though I'm not sure that was on yur mind, when you wrote the track.

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