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Uploaded
Jul 8, 2013 | 6:42 PM EDT
File Info
Song
10.6 MB
4 min 39 sec
Score
4.55 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.55 / 5 stars
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906 Plays | 54 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
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Author Comments

Haven't done Dubstep in A WHILE. This was my attempt to make dubstep whilst absolutely avoiding using those standardized scream-sounds or wobbles, that we've heard in 2012 dubstep/etc. productions over and over again.

My laptop gave up on me during this project. I couldnt finish a proper mix unless I waited for 4 weeks or so to switch to another system.
But jeez, I couldn't wait that long. Here it is. If I redo the mix on the other system, then I'll change the audio or reupload.

Cheers.

Reviews


MaddusMaddus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A Masterpiece for me <3 I love this song.



TetrarcTetrarc

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I Ditto.
I Actually, this song is freaking amazing! I love how good the bass sounds, and how you didn't just
I focus on just the dubstep, but through the whole dang thing! This is definitely one of my favorites.
V I seriously want to hear more from you. Keep on making this great music!


Obelion responds:

well shit, I completely forgot about newgrounds. I just uploaded two new songs. Hope you can enjoy them.
And thank you for that comment! I really appreciate it :)


FightingSeraphFightingSeraph

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A very interesting song.

It isn't often that you hear a cross between Neurofunk/Darkstep DnB and the most profligate UK Garage offshoot, Dubstep. I have to say that you have made an excellent piece of music, and here's why...

Sound design: When it comes down to it, most of these songs have a LOT of emphasis on bass to the point of being "Yeah sure, whatever." However, you did put some thought into the lead, which makes this stand out more. Of course, I like your generous and judicious use of bass and drums in this. All in all, a winner in my book.
Composition: Speaking of the lead, you were also brilliant in its composition. It's a breath of fresh air in an ocean of bass-indulgence. On the other hand, you did a great job with your bass composition. What else can I say? This is a hopeful sign.
Other: It isn't easy mixing two different genres together; especially when the tempos are complete opposites.

What I did like:
-Original
-Finally a fresh take on Dubstep
-Great basslines
-Cool lead
-Nice balance between said lead and basslines

What I didn't like:
-The fact that this won't faze Dubstep haters.

Overall: Obelion, how would you like a ten from me? (5/5)


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Obelion responds:

Thank you for this more detailed review. I enjoyed it.
You have a pretty good understanding of the song: Neuro/Dubstep was exactly the genre-mash I was going for. Nice ears!
Plus, the leads in there were also important to have a balance to the nasty-ness.
Also, having a balance between something on the one hand that sounds somewhat organic or in other cases (the leads) melodic, and something on the other hand that sounds gritty and unnatural is exactly the contrast between biology and technology I tried to compose. Hence the title of the song.

Cheers!