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A Motherfucking House Song

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9.6 MB
4 min 12 sec
3.82 / 5.00

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Rated 3.82 / 5 stars
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Electronic - House

Author Comments

Wanted to try my hand at a house song. Something harmless and fun! Let me know what you think!

Program - FL Studio 11
BPM - 128



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I really enjoyed this track because, I can tell you felt the beat. Many people would dismiss it at repetitive but that's absolute nonsense. Try playing it at a party and you'll see it's perfect for it

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Chemiqals responds:

Haha thanks! I'm not usually a fan of the "average" house song, but I love exploring different sounds and I wanted to make something fun and simple for something like well... you said it. A party!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

i like the house beat. and everything falls together nicely. the sound design could be better. but that's all you.

Chemiqals responds:

Thank you!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

The melody is cool and I the sound of it but I felt that it was a bit to tame for house music.
I know that not all music need a huge drop but I felt that could at least have a little tiny drop or changing the lead.
At 1:08 It sounded like there would be a drop but it never came which disappointed me a bit.

I guess I just like house music with huge drops, but I still do think this was too tame.
It also was pretty repeative. I know House music is supposed to be like that but it sounded like I just listened to the same pattern for 4 minutes without any change in the instrument or the beat.

Still a pretty cool beat though. If you made the beginning into a build up and then transist the song into some kind of supersaw pattern it would be awesome :D.

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Chemiqals responds:

Thanks for the feedback!