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Date
11/28/2012
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Song
14 MB
7 min 39 sec
Score
4.66 / 5.00

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Genres:
Electronic - Video Game
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Author Comments

a bit of an old song. Maybe I upload it. Perhaps you still like it. I liked it when I made it. Still do, even if I done things different now. Listening to my old songs is like listening to another person's songs. I can never come up with the old new ideas I had back then. Only new new. Listening to old songs is in a way new and refreshing.

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MetalRenardMetalRenard

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

As a composition it is very good. It would be welcome in a Castlevania game if you ask me.
From a mix perspective it is sadly lacking, which is where it loses the points.

The best news is, inspiration evolves over time as you evolve as a person, but mixing can be learnt just by practising and at a break-neck speed. I listened to Deus ex RollsTool and I think you still have a way to go as a producer (mix/audio engineer), but you have some solid ideas when it comes to compsing.

Therefore, you have the talent, you just need the dedication to learn the technical aspects now. :)


SourJovis responds:

Thank you. I know what you mean about the mixing. I used too much reverb, lost too much dynamic, and many more things like that. The song is 4 and a halve years old though. It sounds better than my older songs. Deus ex RollsTool is a little newer. About 3 to 4 years old. I hope you can hear my mixing has improved slightly between the songs. I've learned a lot since then. The last two years I've been making a lot of remixes, so I didn't have to spend time on writing songs, and could focus on the mixing and mastering process. Even if I listen to a song that's only a year old I hear a lot of mistakes that I wouldn't make today. I'm still learning new things all the time.