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Date
06/06/2012
File Info
Song
2.6 MB
2 min 14 sec
Score
4.63 / 5.00

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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
Tags:
beat
trance
electro
bass

Author Comments

The first song I have made by messing around and experimenting with LMMS, criticism (constructive) would be greatly appreciated.

You might want to turn your headphones down, btw

Reviews


OpenLightOpenLight

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 12, 2012

Though the mixing and synth choices are not ideal, there is a melody to this. I'd say if you worked on the mixing a lot with this song and changed the synths, this could be a very nice track. You'd need to add some harmony of course as well.

Precisely with the mixing, you'd want to make sure there wasn't complete silence in between notes unless you're trying to grab the listener's attention for something upcoming, and even then that technique should be used rarely. You'd also want to make sure the track has a good balance of bass, mid, and treble, though you may choose to slightly favor one to give the song the right feeling.

Other than all that, this track shows potential!


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Blazirc responds:

I'll work on it, thank you for your constructive criticism!


steampianiststeampianist

Rated 3 / 5 stars June 11, 2012

try to develop a sense of form when you compose
tips:
compressing the kick and cutting of some low frequencies while bringing up its mid freq. will really make it sound good.
panning is a good way to give each instruments spaces


Blazirc responds:

Ok, thank you.


sweet21sweet21

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars June 9, 2012

Sloppy notes, the timing is abit off. When you kick in two instruments their rhythms contradict and don't sound too well. They end up overlapping each other and it doesn't sound natural. The (I assume) drums can sound abit more natural if you make them quieter so they don't overshadow the main instrument. You can then sync them more properly with the main rhythm. They seem to be doing their own thing.


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Blazirc responds:

ty for your criticism, I will work on it in my next song