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Battle! vs. The Razos

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Date
01/30/2013
File Info
Song
5.9 MB
5 min 8 sec
Score
3.81 / 5.00

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Rated 3.81 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
Tags:
war
space
techno
electronic

Author Comments

The Razos formed in 200400 in the same region as Neon.

It quickly expanded, although it was halted near the planet Earth, by the Byzantine Federation, then known as "Space Exploration Group" (SEG).

The Deron-Razon War followed.
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Above is an excerpt from the history of Razon, or as they were called, the Razos. This musical piece visualizes a space war taking place for control of the Milky Way Galaxy. Enjoy!

BPM: 200

Reviews


TastyTeoTastyTeo

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 9, 2013

why that bad rating :OOO this is awesome!



DylnMatrixDylnMatrix

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 2, 2013

This track is pretty cool. Very "futuristic."

I really like the flowing melody and how the melody changes speed from the beginning. Like how a war builds, very much like the song's intended. I can definitely see a space war while listening to this. I also enjoy the bassline and the synth you used for the bass. The builds are great, and the way you introduce new elements is crisp and clean, making the piece easy to enjoy without it stopping too much.

I didn't like the background "plucking" progression (I dunno how to describe it) very much though. In the beginning it was fine, but by the end of the track it got a little stale and a bit monotonous. But with it being hidden in the background, it didn't get to me that much. Plus war can be monotonous, so it makes sense in a way when you think about it.

I also believe the ending could have been a little bit better than just ending everything else then having a reverse crash echo. If I had to suggest how it could be better, I would say that you could have taken that "plucking" progression and have it start taking over the rest of the track, by means of getting louder or having everything else fade away until the end when it solos as you slow the progression down to the final chord. You could use the reverse crash to transition to the solo, or you could still use it at the end as the final chord is playing. You don't have to do this, as the song's fine as it is, it's just what I would do. -shrugs-

All in all, it's a great track. I enjoyed it, even with the minor issues I had with this. Keep it up!


vorteX-sound responds:

Wow. This review is incredibly detailed, thanks! This is going to be for the same series of music for the possible upcoming flash series on here I mentioned in the contest. Hopefully I'll be able to improve my music skills to come close to perfecting the scores for the series. Thanks again!