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Uploaded
Feb 16, 2012 | 5:59 AM EST
File Info
Loop
941.9 KB
25 sec
Score
4.36 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.36 / 5 stars
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487 Plays | 20 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dance
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Author Comments

I'm making a little loop for a scene in a friend's cartoon, and this is the best way to share the ideas. I might be posting more of these in the next few days, so don't take them too seriously, they're pretty much just me thinking out loud.

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la-yinnla-yinn

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Hey there,

To me it sounds like a pretty catchy and simple tune - fitting for a cartoon! :-)

I'm not really sure of the context of the scene. If it's an actual dance scene, maybe boost up your kick and snare a bit. Add some compression to make them 'dmph' more, if you get what I mean. :3

What I'd really like to hear is some more melodic variation. The synth sounds good, your melody sounds good.. just rather repetitive for the whole thing. Spice it up, throw in like a fitting addition on the 3rd and 4th bar. Then like a counter melody on the 7th and 8th. It doesn't have to be much, really, but I'm sure it would do wonders - also for your friend's cartoon. ;)

Catchy loop nonetheless, good job!

~ La_Yinn, --'


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Halcyon13 responds:

It is a dance scene, actually. I might have to do that, I've just started playing around with compression and things of that nature. I'll definitely consider your advice, If I decide to expand this I'm definitely going to try to make it more epic. Thanks for your review!


ConfabulationConfabulation

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The tune carries some energy. Your friend must be making a dance scene. I liked the influx between decreasing and increasing notes. Perhaps the "Clap" beat in the background could be just a tad stronger, to provide more of a kick. liked the background chords comboing with the beat. Very nice.

Short and simple... but effective. Good work. If your looking to increase the length and actually make this its own song rather than a loop you can pull up to a higher note range after the 0.24 mark and pull it back down... inverting the order of "Decrease then increase" Which can then be regressed back to its original order later and it will feel new again to the listener. Just food for thought


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Halcyon13 responds:

Very perceptive, as a matter of fact he is. Thank you, I'll take your advice into consideration, I could see myself actually going somewhere with this one.