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May 3, 2014 | 12:52 AM EDT
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Song
10.5 MB
4 min 36 sec
Score
4.18 / 5.00

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Rated 4.18 / 5 stars
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608 Plays | 9 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - House
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house
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Author Comments

I started making music in January, but my PC power supply messed up sometime around mid February, so I was pretty much put on a forced hiatus.

In that time though, I started getting into a lot of progressive/regular house/trance and electronic music in general. I previously wasn't into that music at all when I first started trying to produce my own stuff. Now it feels like I have a lot more direction, and I know a lot more about what makes that kind of music in general. So I think the hiatus was for the better.

Anyway, this is a pretty rushed track. I was eager to make SOMETHING as soon as my computer got fixed. I also lost a bit of mixing and mastering knowledge, so things may or may not sound slightly muddy/crowded at times, and the volumes may be off... Eh. Feels good to be back at it though.

Any kind of feedback/criticism would be great.

Reviews


FOURSQUAREDFOURSQUARED

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

This isn't actually that good in my opinion. When I first listened to your older track "Sonar Eclipse", I was so catched, but this one bored me a bit, to be honest :/
Sounds like you wanted the track's atmosphere to be relaxing, but the drum beat ruins it completely! You should turn the drums down and also loosen up this simple 4/4 beat pattern!


Lethal-Input responds:

Thanks for the comment! Yeah I wanted to make a song with a more minimalistic approach for once. I appreciate that you enjoyed one of my other songs. Remember, i'm just starting out so hopefully I'll get a lot better in the future :)


CzeryWassierSwizierCzeryWassierSwizier

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The opening was a little slow although I did like the organ.
Something I would work on would be the rhythm, which felt a little repetitive and spacious at times. Don't be afraid to add some extra percussion instruments and make the beat "groovy".

As most people have already mentioned the song does have unique and lots of potential elements however it could use more structural variations.

keep up the good work! :)


Lethal-Input responds:

Thanks for the feedback!


JonH2OJonH2O

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great ideas in here. My only suggestions are from a production standpoint and you're just getting started. Excellent vibes and effects. Catchy melodies. I think what's missing is more midsection instruments that come in at around 3:00.

There's definitely room for more instruments to make this a fat track. Be sure to save this so when you super good years from now you can look back at the files and fatten and fill everything up. :D

Great job.


Lethal-Input responds:

Thanks! I will be sure to save this for the future :)


ChemiqalsChemiqals

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I really like the whole vibe of the song. It almost sounds like something Daft Punk would do if they got into house!


Lethal-Input responds:

Yeah I think I see what you mean lol. Thanks!


midimachinemidimachine

Rated 3 / 5 stars

love your offbeat bass sound! the organ is pretty nice too.

the whole thing is very understated; it always felt like it was gonna build up to a more typical massive sidechained electro thing but it never did. which isn't really a bad thing per se but it ends up being kinda monotonous cause the melody isn't catchy or strong enough to carry everything.

some of the percussion sounds are a bit too dry, but i like your less-is-more approach to things (e.g. the volume of the reverse crash and the sparse hi-hats). a break without the kick drum would've been nice.

decent work overall


Lethal-Input responds:

Thanks for the feedback!