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11.2 MB
8 min 10 sec
4.05 / 5.00

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Rated 4.05 / 5 stars
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*After exporting and re-exporting this piece of junk (for about 4 times I think), it's finally done.

Also, the intro is made rather quiet on purpose. Dynamics is hard.*

so i decided to try and make gabber again
but this time, with a lot less suck
i think



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The intro sounds quite silent and gives more of an ambient feel. The bass also helps give that feel. Sounds like when the bass started there was a low filtering for it before the bass got really smoothed out.

At 0:45 I noticed the bass kicked in before the drums and main rhythm. Sounds a bit off to me. I would recommend moving the bass start to when the drums start so it won't sound messy when beginning.

The constant bass kicks combined with the bass rhythm reminded me of Gabberstag by Renard too. So I assume that style of music is called Gabber overall then right? Sounds like something to get people pumped up to.

The main synth rhythm was good. However, I feel a general change in rhythm from time to time would have been nice. Such as increasing or decreasing for a bit in notes.

Around 3:09 I begin to hear the synth picking up and having a nice powerful sound to it. Almost as if restarting the whole song or party and getting more people to join in on the fun. Then the secondary synth comes back and sounds quite smooth and nice.

The rest of the song sounded very smooth.

Overall, very interesting.

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Yoshiii343 responds:

Haelo there.

1) I don't remember having a bass with a low pass filter in this track...?
2) That's...not the bass. It's the same saw that's used for the melody. But yeah, should probably move it back a bit.
3) Constant bass kicks + little to no chord progression (essentially relying on the melodies) is Gabber (I think). And of course, I can't live without overused 4-chord progs adfjysiufg
4) Agreed.

No comment for points 5 - 6. :/
Thanks for the review!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I love the movement in this song. It's nice to hear someone making something this hard that still is feel written and takes you places.

Yoshiii343 responds:

Thank you.