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Date
07/06/2012
File Info
Song
7.7 MB
3 min 23 sec
Score
4.53 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.53 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
973 Plays | 143 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Drum N Bass
Tags:
beats
ambient
slow

Author Comments

Not really sure what genre would best fit it but I guess drum and bass will do.

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Reviews


LapseLapse

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 16, 2012

Great track, man.



jtza8jtza8

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 7, 2012

What's up with the score? 'tis ambient. If this were to appear in a game, somewhere where your focus isn't on it directly, then I'm betting people would love it.

Perhaps the synth you introduce at 1:50 is a bit too screechy. Perhaps people were expecting something uptempo. Still, I don't quite understand the score.


Mrmilkcarton responds:

It's a mix of two styles. The before and the after combined.


UrDailyRealityCheckUrDailyRealityCheck

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 6, 2012

The first minute of the song makes me think of a mother singing a lullaby to her daughter to fall asleep. After that, though, I started bobbing my head to the beat. The end makes me think of the daughter falling asleep and the "scene" fading to black.

What did you use to make these sounds?

I love the drums in this song! So crisp... And they totally fit the drum beat!

(/._.)/***** I believe these are yours, kind sir.

Cheers!

~UDRC


Mrmilkcarton responds:

I use sylenth1 and massive for most of my noise. Thanks for the review!