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Uploaded
Jul 29, 2012 | 4:06 PM EDT
File Info
Song
8.9 MB
4 min 51 sec
Score
4.10 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Score:
Rated 4.10 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
443 Plays | 27 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Trance
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Author Comments

This is an attempt I made at mixing the aggressive sound of Metal and electric guitar with the structure and beauty of Trance. The title came from what it sounded to me like the lead melody was saying (lol). Most all of the synths are from Sylenth 1, a few others from random samples I downloaded and Nexus. I really enjoyed making this piece since metal and Trance are my two favorite styles. It took me ages to figure out how to make a palm muted electric guitar in Sylenth! It gets kind of muddy near the end when everything gets going, I did my best to equalize and compress it together. I used Maximus in an attempt to master it but I didn't really know what I was doing haha.

It turned out okay in the end! I really poured my heart and soul into making this.

Hope you enjoy!

Reviews


ForeverBoundForeverBound

Rated 4 / 5 stars

google is your best friend if u want to learn mastering ;)
I head the feeling that i missed the guitar. where is it???
And to get it more Trancey like u should use a bigger kick I missed that one also.

but trying to put 2 style's of music into one song is really hard.

( i'm a Rock/Trance fan and a Trance producer -_- )

keep it going and good luck with the mastering ( basics are pretty easy)

~Forever Bound~

ps: check out my songs (A)


KosmicCrawf responds:

Thanks, well it was just as close as I could get to guitar with Sylenth. I have an electric guitar but I don't have the stuff to use it and record.


KittenBeatKittenBeat

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Maximus does NOT master the music for you. It just fills in the cracks and makes it fuller sounding once it's been mastered. That being said, the mix isn't that bad.
Would have been better with perhaps a real guitar, or a dedicated guitar sample library.
Even if it isn't the best mixed piece ever, I can really tell you put a lot of effort into it and it's very nice.


KosmicCrawf responds:

Thank you so much, that means a lot. I really don't know much at all about mastering, obviously haha.