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Uploaded
Dec 19, 2012 | 5:08 PM EST
File Info
Song
8.8 MB
3 min 48 sec
Score
4.32 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.32 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
914 Plays | 48 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
Tags:
piano
glitchy
ambient
dissonant

Author Comments

I'm happy with the way this came out, but reviews make me even happier :D

Reviews


Reali-tGlitchReali-tGlitch

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The acolyte of glitchstep with a chilled theme does it again.

Love your style, buddy; keep it up. It's fresh and exciting.



DracnumDracnum

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Let me list stuff i like haha. ( sorry, but i find positive feedback wayyyy better than negitive.)
1. Really nice use of a beat grid in the intro (i'm asuming you used a beat grid, but if you pulled off those glitch sounds manually, i'm very impressed.
2. I LOVVVED the dubstep, i know some people don't like the slow wobbles, but i enjoy them alot.
3. Piano + dubstep is really hard to pull off... but you pulled it off quite nicely.
4 Also... as much as i respect dadandawg's opinion... dubstep is SUPOSSED to "Feel more like sounds than a song"
5. Also... i'm not saying i'm a pro, but i've taken piano for the last 5 years, and i see no problem with your music theory.
6.Okay i lied, one bad thing, (sorry) i took off half a star cuz of the weak drop. but i have problems with those too haha.
Anyway. 5/5 9/10 keep up the good work ;)



DRadDaDanDawgDRadDaDanDawg

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Ima just list shit while listening that you could work on

1. Too quiet overall
2. Weird resonance on kicks, I would look into that
3. Felt like the song was fading out pretty often and not really fully fading back in
4. Progressed a little slow, I suggest looking into music theory. I'm not going to say Im a pro at this, starting music theory lessons in a few weeks haha
5. 3:35 Ugly bell sound :(

Overall I would suggest mixing and mastering better, and then composing future songs more like "as essay," I was told the same thing. It just feels more like sounds than a song

And this isn't to bash you, I'm just saying things that can be improved if you want to take them into consideration and maybe get better


Numi responds:

Fair enough, dude. Negative criticism is always better than no criticism, at least this way I can build off what I've got and improve.

Thanks for the feedback!