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Date
04/18/2012
File Info
Song
9.6 MB
4 min 13 sec
Score
4.58 / 5.00

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Genres:
Electronic - Trance
Tags:
trance
progressive
flstudio
uplifting

Author Comments

My first attempt at Uplifting Trance. Made with FLStudio 9. I hope you enjoy :3

Reviews


D-J-AD-J-A

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 7, 2012

This is amazing! For a first shot at this genre, you really have outdone yourself. The melodies throughout the whole thing are fantastic-and great use of different syths for variation.
I LOVED the piano part in the middle-it adds great variation.
And a great driving beat. My only criticism would be the kick needs more volume and bass to cut through the mix. Also great work on the sidechained synth-it adds a fantastic drive and pulse to t the piece.

Good job on using FL Studio--> I would find it way too difficult to use-so I gave up on it- ( i use logic ) :)

Looking forward to some more great tracks!


Keegs responds:

Thanks, dude!

I totally agree about the kick. Not enough power for my taste. I was more concerned about making it audible on bad speakers than making it sound epic on good ones. Next time :p


kisscloudkisscloud

Rated 4 / 5 stars July 3, 2012

ape escape? kidding that was realy good


Keegs responds:

Haha. Not quite :p


garlagangarlagan

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 1, 2012

Very nice track : D
It starts with a great intro and I like how it jumps directly to the main part.
The synths are really cool, and pretty unique.
The melodies are great, and overall the track sounds excellent. Kick needs more bass though.
Also, when the piano goes alone it clips a lot. You could fix this by lowing its volume a little bit in those parts.
And lastly, the difference of bpm between the outro and its previous part should be less noticeable imo.
Keep it up, Keegs !


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Keegs responds:

Thanks for the review!!!

I have so many problems with the piano soundfont I currently have, you don't even know xD I'm getting EWQL Silver at the end of the summer so I am pretty much holding out for that! xD

The outro was supposed to disregard tempo and slow the song way down to that final chord. I think I made it drop from 140 to 60 during that last piano interlude. I'll keep in mind that it's throwing some people off. :)

Thanks for the awesome review!

-Keegs


XSpiritSlayerXXSpiritSlayerX

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 20, 2012

Your first attempt went off to a great start, but you should be able to perfect it more! I know that you've got the potential to do so, so for now 4 will do for ya, so you can work extra hard for the bit of edge that we're looking for! Keep rockin' dude!


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Keegs responds:

Haha. I'm glad you appreciate the attempt.

Thanks for the review!


jarrydnjarrydn

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 18, 2012

not bad mate, i'd try and bring the kick up heaps though, give it a bit more energy :)


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Keegs responds:

Thanks! I agree 100% I tried but They were either way too loud or too soft. I couldn't hit that sweet spot xD I think it was how I compressed them. I'll take extra care next time :)

Thanks for the review!

-Keegs