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Date
04/24/2012
File Info
Song
7.8 MB
3 min 25 sec
Score
4.50 / 5.00

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Genres:
Electronic - Drum N Bass
Tags:
game
video
sidescroller
trancey

Author Comments

Well, I thought I'd make some good ol' fashioned video game dnb that y'all can bliss out to or have yourself a deskside rave to.

Music is fun.

Be sure to check me out on Soundcloud! (http://soundcloud.com/ia mmoonburn)

Reviews


PoniiboiPoniiboi

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 26, 2012

Dude, how do you make this stuff so quick? Rated and downloaded.


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JBKingsJBKings

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 24, 2012

Sounds really good! Nice job.

There are only a few things that jumped out at me:
1) The drums that you have rapidly panning back and forth towards the beginning call too much attention to themselves. I think either lowering the level of that particular channel or making the panning less drastic would help. Or maybe try a multi-tap reverb instead? Hard to say.

2) Some of the high frequency content of the lead synth starting at 1:23 is too loud. It's a bit piercing to my ears, especially compared to the rest of the instruments. I'd suggest trying to isolate which frequencies are responsible for that piercing sound and apply a filter/EQ to mitigate it.

And a minor quip -- this is categorized as Classical. I'm assuming that was a mistake?


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AKACCMIOF responds:

Thanks man! With the drums, I think the problem is that they occupy the low mid freqs too mch, I mastered on speakers where this wasn't such a problem. To be fixed imminently, thanks for the point out.

Same for the bitcrushed lead. Need to take that down. Thanks!

Yes, schoolboy error (though this side of the portal seems to have some very helpful reviewers ;))