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Credits & Info

Date
07/16/2012
File Info
Song
2.2 MB
1 min 56 sec
Score
4.12 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.12 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
434 Plays | 36 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
Tags:
robot
tokyo
asia
slipperyslopes

Author Comments

Another Just-for-fun song... Made the majority of this on a bus ride... did the little asian break with the sound effects when i arrived... Total time approximately 3:00? It was really fun looking through the sound effects on soundjay.com. All my sounds were from there, except for the Japanese speaking part, which i got from a separate japanese website... Which i'd cite, but i forgot where I got it... :P It was fun making this.
I thought about making it more serious... so i changed the break from "Noodles... Dumplings... BulletTrain... Thank you! (All synthesized voices)... .... Help! Help! Help! I'vvve gott youu nnoo need to worry (Robot voice)" to the current tea pouring part... :P

I dont know why, but this sorta reminded me of Japan... :P Never been there, but it still seems sorta like it should fit... :)

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-Johnny

Reviews


Rocketgary555Rocketgary555

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 26, 2014

That tea pouring and woman speaking seemed like it was perfectly timed.



Blackhole12Blackhole12

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 11, 2012

So I saw the audio forum lounge blow up after you complained about zero bombers and every now and then I like to check "So are these really zero-bombing problems or do they just suck at music and don't want to admit it?"

You don't suck. You're fucking awesome. That kick in this song is better than MY kicks even though you clearly haven't figured out how to properly mix a song (but that's ok, your obvious incredible talent will conquer this in no time). That melody is superb and catchy, but the fact that the song was just thrown together shows in the failure of different elements to form a coherent soundscape. Figuring out a particular "style" for a song so that everything fits together is tricky, and takes lots of practice, so don't worry too much about that.

0:56 is by far my favorite part of the song. The potential of the song really shines at that point, but sadly you put in a very intrusive breakdown that, rather than provide variation for the listener, simply destroys the song's direction, and after that everything just falls apart. I would recommend trying to focus more on building better song structure and expanding your repertoire of musical techniques so you can sustain the song for more than 4 minutes, and supporting the melodic high points of the song.