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Date
07/13/2013
File Info
Song
3.1 MB
2 min 45 sec
Score
4.75 / 5.00

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Rated 4.75 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
Tags:
dubstep

Author Comments

this is a simple song i created for my new album (rain dropz) produced by ian paradise/medusa beatz) contact for legal usage. this will determin if i upload other dubstep creations through downloads and feedback. this is my second attempt at dubstep so take it easy on me please. and thanks for viewing.

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Reviews


DeadRewindDeadRewind

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The problem with starting with FL and using the x3Osc to produce your wobbles is it's very difficult to get a unique sound, though I enjoyed the second part better! (: stay away from Fl's premade samples as well! They're pretty common xP


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medusabeatz responds:

i stayed away from all fls stock sounds other than the kick i kinfa enjoyed the kick a little lol, but most of this was made using massive, i was really shooting for a........ wtf kind of dubstep song is this type thing.... its verry simple to start even when the audience thinks it drops... but like you said before... the real drop is at the second part and im really glad you noticed that as well so this was verry helpfull indeed, your comment gets voted up thank you man!


VoxxinVoxxin

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's interesting, you have a good amount of ideas in here, which means you have a good amount of potential. I love the tonal samples (e.g piano) , I love the bass, I don't like the drums. You should look into better drum samples. Specifically your Snare- It's easy to pick one with tons of white noise when you're not listening to it in context, you should try something with a shorter release, less white noise, and peaking more ~ 200hz. Layer it with a long / noisier clap sample with a touch of reverb. I look forward to hearing more.


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medusabeatz responds:

alright i understand what your saying, i just hate using claps lol i feel like they get over used by a lot of people but if thats what people enjoy hearing ill def concider it on my next production thank you for the feed back, this is honestly my least favrit song ive did on the album so far but there will be more releases stay tuned and thank you for the feedback :)

-Medusa-