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Norato - Rise of Nou-Rau

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Date
04/17/2012
File Info
Song
10.2 MB
4 min 27 sec
Score
4.53 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.53 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - House
Tags:
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2012
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Author Comments

ALL MY SONGS are free to download PLEASE donate at least small amount if you like them ( Even 1 dollar / euro will help me )

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youtube.com/DJnoratos

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soundcloud.com/norat

- If you donated too much or just need your money back, I will 100% send them back if you proof me you sended them.

This song was supposed to be the first song under my new name Nou-Rau, but I changed my mind and gona keep my name Norato.

Created in FL studio, 130 BpM, Progressive house

Thanks 4 listening

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Reviews


SCTE3SCTE3

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 1, 2012

This song is excellent and the rhythm is excellent.

The tune seems to give a feeling of rising up from the underground and slowly helping get the city back to normal by taking out all the zombies around in the city with any guns or weapons you can find to destroy them with.

The synth is nice and I like the slight echo effect I am hearing from it. Then the wind sounds are not too bad and sound kind of like something I would do with my mouth as an effect actually. The drums have a calming rhythm that seem to give hope. Then the bass is a simple line it sounds like and just keeps the rest of the song going.

Overall, great work.

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CoopCoop

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 1, 2012

Good balance, impressive work.

I liked the way that this finished piece sounded. I'm not used to a House track that doesn't knock my lungs back into my ribs by the sound of the bass beat, it's a refreshing change, I must say. The beat is good and still a noticeable presence, while on top of that, the melody slowly builds up to sing alongside the beat, which then steps back from the mic, giving spotlight to the main attraction, before resorting to backing. Like a duet, these two aspects of the track trade off time at the top with one another in a well choreographed design - something that I was highly impressed with.

I feel that there is more that this track can come up with - perhaps a third sound in the form of a counter melody at some stage - when the bass is faded out in the latter part of the track, have you considered having the melody and counter duel with one another? It might work well. Had I been in control, I would not have faded the outro so soon, or for so long, it did drag the track on for an inconsequential 20 seconds, which didn't do you any favours.

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Blackcrow721Blackcrow721

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 17, 2012

well done