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Feb 18, 2014 | 8:06 PM EST
File Info
Loop
3 MB
3 min 16 sec
Score
4.05 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.05 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
1,930 Plays | 85 Downloads
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Genres:
Hip Hop, Rap, R&B - Hip Hop - Modern
Tags:
energetic

Author Comments

A loop that I put together using FL Studio 11.

Please enjoy.

Reviews


CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ooh, I didn't know you made music! I feel I should have, but for some reason these amazing tracks have passed me by like a flash of light. Maybe in another life. I'm really digging the eighties vibe in this one, it seems to remind me of something but I'm not sure what. A movie, another song... it feels nostalgic somehow. It's just that one 'di-dun' like around 0:34... you don't possibly have some inspiration in mind with those two keys do you? Anyway, it's great, atmospheric and melancholy, with a rich beat and keys that phase in and out of intensity. It's like a voyage, a struggle, a stream of life. Nice work!

-cd-


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nietzlawe responds:

Thanks for taking the time to leave a review.

Yes, I try to make music, I guess with each new song you learn a little bit more. The pleasure for me comes from riffing, just playing and experimenting with melody, then finding the right instrument for that sound. Once I touched upon the growling, rugged feel, it kind of reminded me a little bit like something that John Carpenter would do for one of his films back in the 80s.


blazecool10blazecool10

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Weirdly cool.


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nietzlawe responds:

Glad you like it. Well not glad.. weirdly glad!


VicariousEVicariousE

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It has the underpinnings of U2 and what I used to call "Casio music", back in the 80's. But this piece is original, melodic.. heh, you and http://spacefader.newgrounds.com/ got some things in common. Nice work, it's pleasant wall-of-sound :)


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nietzlawe responds:

When I make a tune, I just like to go in my own direction, never take any influence from anywhere. It's important to close my mind off to any song, just a nice blank canvas in FL and the mind of a kid that just wants to play with sound.

I try to avoid the trendy music, especially crunky stuff when it comes to Hip Hop. When I listen back to this piece, it kind of has a John Carpenter'esque melody, but that didn't become apparent to me until I had finished the track.

I find it a real compliment being compared to something from the 80s. It's good to make stuff that feels a bit retro.


DoomroarDoomroar

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Perfect loop man, i let it roll as i went and did other things, then i said man where is this tune coming from? so checked and lo and behold this was still playing! i didn't knew that it was a loop, who knows how many hours this song has been playing? that is the magic of a loop, to go on and on, without growing old.


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nietzlawe responds:

You were stood in the other room and you shouted "where the bloody hell is that racket coming from?!" As you walked in, the song was playing, but you just couldn't quite place the name of the track...

Well, not until you sat down at the computer and then it came to you instantly. Unlike those poor Castle Crasher victims who are still mentally scarred from not knowing the name of that song.

I'm happy the song relaxed you.. Who needs medication when we can use music as a stimulant to relax us? I'm working on another song at the minute called The Culmination, it feels pretty good so far, but needs a lot more work.

After that, I've decided I'm going to try and produce a psychill / ambient mix (over an hour long).