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Jul 8, 2013 | 7:47 PM EDT
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2.4 MB
3 min 34 sec
Score
4.58 / 5.00

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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
Tags:
dance
trance
catchy
dubstep

Author Comments

I think this song is very random and unpredictable. This is because I made the song with out planning anything ; I just did whatever I wanted to.
After I listened to the song the first time without headphones, I thought the snare might be too loud. If it's a problem please tell me and I will fix it.

Thankyou for listening!

Reviews


stinky2003stinky2003

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

half the song is up my fucking right ear drum



RequiemoftheHeartRequiemoftheHeart

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I found this on the greatest audio submissions. As always from you, it did not disappoint. You're always is catchy and a fun listen! :) I am really loving the background synth and piano a lot as well. :)


BlueOceans responds:

Thankyou for the review :)


Haith92Haith92

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

agree with TheDoor6 but as for me dubstep is my kind of music and truth is that this song is stuck in my head now so ill have to keep listening to this for a while, keep it up and hope to see more of this genre


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BlueOceans responds:

Im really happy you like my song that much!
If I do make more dubstep songs, they probably won't be as catchy as this song.


TaintedLogicTaintedLogic

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I love the instruments and the climactic nature of it. It feels a little repetitive at some points, especially around :15 - :50 and 1:50 - 2:45. I especially like the instrument at :56, but I felt like the piece wasn't really going anywhere until 1:50. Dubstep isn't really my genre of choice, and I agree that it is way too random. The structure just left me feeling very confused - it almost feels like two different songs. I don't like the distortedness at 2:32, even though it got better at 2:59. Despite these criticisms, I do like the style of the first half of the piece, and I think that the prominent snare compliments the general mood of the second half of the piece. I think it still can work, but with some considerable changes. First of all, I would suggest a more gradual transition into 1:50 to "relieve the shock" of the dubstep a bit, you know? I also think you might need a different instrument at 1:50, although I might come to accept the instrument you have there if the transition into 1:50 works out well. It seems to me that you could cut out some of the parts that are a little repetitive (mentioned above) and maybe add some more melodic variation to the main bassline before the dubstep takes over. I hope this review was helpful! I spent a long time organizing my thoughts here! Keep at it, BlueOceans! ;D


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BlueOceans responds:

Thankyou for the great review! When I made the instruments for the second half of the song ;the dubstep part, I didn't really know what I was doing. I kept changing things until I got a decent instrument. Maybe in the future I will find a tutorial for making a dubstep instrument. I understand that you don't like the distortion on one of the instruments. I like it but I agree that it's too much. I know it feels like 2 different songs but I dont mind that. What I agree with you on and also dislike is that there should have been a better transition between the trance part of the song and the dubstep part of the song.