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Uploaded
Feb 16, 2014 | 5:39 AM EST
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Song
8.9 MB
6 min 35 sec
Score
4.36 / 5.00

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Rated 4.36 / 5 stars
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1,009 Plays | 37 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
Tags:
ambient
distorted
dubstep
riser

Author Comments

had too much time on my hands today.

RustedWasteland

Aim Sounds : Ambient Riser, Drums and Distorted Bass

Time: 0:00-4:14
Scale: F Minor
BPM: 67

MetalSoldier

Aim Sounds: Reese 4/4 Dubstep

Time: 4:14-6:34
Scale: E Minor
BPM: 140

Enjoy.

Reviews


CaritasGamingCaritasGaming

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I honestly can not say it any better than JoshuaHughes. This is absolutely amazing. Eargasm, all the way. Good luck! (Apologies for the short review. Kinda stressed for time.)

Cheers.

-Car


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Stapless responds:

Thanks for taking your time to comment. :)


ChemiqalsChemiqals

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is awesome on so many different levels.


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Stapless responds:

Glad you like it. C:


JoshuaHughesJoshuaHughes

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Before even looking at the title, the first word that came to my head when I heard the first track was "wasteland." I've heard the desolate theme brought to electronic tracks before, but not to the effect where the mood of the track is more prominent than the dubstep-style of sound this one is alluding to. I can easily imagine this playing over a game like Fallout or some similar setting where struggling for survival is the only thing on anyone's mind.

The growls really bring out the ominous tone of living in a such a hazardous and hostile environment. It's like they periodically make themselves known in the track to remind you that you're in a cruel world that won't think twice about your needs, much less your life. The riser is also a great transition into the second track that warns of the more aggressive attitude that is to come.

Perhaps my most favorite moment in these two pieces is the bitcrusher that slowly dominates the piece before releasing the drop. Degradation like that has never been more appropriate in an atmospheric double-track like this. The drop itself reminded me of something akin to Bassnectectar's electronica beats. They may not resemble each other much, but the feeling is the same.

I can't really tell you how much I love this. It's such a juicy pair of tracks that I had to listen to them again to really appreciate them and make sure I didn't miss anything the first time. I'll be sure to favorite this and follow you in case you throw out any more material as good as these two.


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Stapless responds:

Cheers, Such a nice read :) now i feel the pressure of doing something to top this one. haha