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Date
06/04/2012
File Info
Song
8.6 MB
3 min 47 sec
Score
3.75 / 5.00

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Rated 3.75 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
Tags:
space
house
lumina
goa

Author Comments

Just like most art, this piece, is unfinished... mix/mastering surely needs work, composition could probably be refined, etc.. I might never do anything more to this though... I just don't know

I Would LOVE. ANY. Feedback or criticisms...

genre supposed like, idk, be all like House or somethin, but a more technical classification would probably be a form of industrial goa ambient / ebm... maybe...

Also, if you listened to the entire piece and did not enjoy it, then I'm sorry I couldn't create anything for you.

have a gorgeous onez,
abixvatoz

Reviews


Hircine86Hircine86

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars September 25, 2012

I like the chill & spacey sound, but the bass seems to need breaking up a bit. It sounds like you went with more repetition to finish the track earlier than you should have.


Abixvatoz responds:

possibly.....

I appreciate the feedback.


ExAkerExAker

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 7, 2012

Awesome work Just would be great if you would make try to make Dubstep in your Style.


Abixvatoz responds:

Hmmmmmm... 0_0 if I ever made a dubstep song (and I say EVER because it would be very rare, and stem from my most basic break-beat urges, which are quite uninspired) to some degree I would probably try to emulate this track: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LnPF6M7P7wo [Kutz - Hard Body] --
because it is one of the few "dubstep" songs that I really, deeply enjoy (and it's not even that similar to the modern viral popular stuff that has come to be known as dubstep) -- I would probably branch ideas from early heavy metal (heavy rock) drum beats, then use industrial noises, and cold distorted pads and synths to form some type of atmosphere... yeah maybe somethin like that... but that's not exactly "dubstep" I guess...