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Date
09/25/2012
File Info
Song
12.6 MB
5 min 31 sec
Score
4.55 / 5.00

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Rated 4.55 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - House
Tags:
dance
house
trance
progressive

Author Comments

There has been zero bombing done to my first version... sad days. Hopefully people don't do it again. Empty sounding parts are left open for (possibly) vocals. Enjoy!

Reviews


ItAteMyKidneysItAteMyKidneys

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 18, 2013

This is melodically haunting, Lockyn. I wonder just what else you have in mind here?
That piano right before the 3:00 mark got kind of "up there," but as I've said before: what do I know? Pffft.


Lockyn responds:

Aww, I didn't even know you reviewed this! Thank you :3 I really liked the chord progression and melody in this one, even though it's really badly produced xD I'll see what I can do with it after the stuff I'm working on right now ;)


zelazonzelazon

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 27, 2012

I think what's causing the drowing on the song after :50 is the amount of decay and reverb on your pad because it is kinda long making it seem really overbearing on the melody of the song... if you have a method of reducing those (not by much) then I think it'll fit better.

Otherwise, nice work.


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Lockyn responds:

Thanks so much for reviewing! I did figure out something that's contributing to the drowning: the delay crash. I'll definitely see if your suggestion helps with it!

Thanks for listening!


TrientedTriented

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 27, 2012

The beginning, a piano hit with a 4/4 drum, with a slight high pitched stabby synth fading in. 00:25 the bass kicks in, and a nice bridge leading into 00:50. At this point I must say the sound is a little bit drowned, but it seems to resurface at about 1:15 or so. I like your compositional variation you use throughout the song, and the different selection of instruments. I like when it falls into a more downtempo, chilled ambient version of the song, left me reminiscing about olden times, so congrats, your song made me feel something. The bass instrument that's beginning to face in at about 3:20 sounds very buzzy, not really my taste but the transition at 3:45 was fantastic! The song is tapered from beginning to end, and very nicely done. My only suggestion is to work a bit on mastering, but all in all, I'm going to favorite this. 4.5/5 review 5/5 rate.
Happy raving my friend :]


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Lockyn responds:

Hey man! First of all, thanks so much for the detailed review.

I agree about the drowned sounding part after :50. My mastering skills aren't the best to say the least. xD I was actually worried that people would find the quiet part boring, so thanks! I hope it gave some reprieve from all the hard beatz in the first part, haha.

Thanks so much for listening, and for introducing your awesome musics to me! n__n time to listen... whee!