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Date
05/08/2014
File Info
Song
9 MB
3 min 50 sec
Score
3.81 / 5.00

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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
Tags:
red
paradox
acid
stallion

Author Comments

Lyrics:

On the street
I used to
Pass nearby

There's a man
Holding a cardboard sign
"I was in a band called red stallion"

then he grabbed his old guitar
and started playing

I remember when I wrote this song
Said the man now with a broken smile
I don't cared for cash or being famous

Then he grabbed his old guitar
and started playing
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This is a song that I have been working on for a long time, wanted to do my own vocals once again in this old rock ballad track with the style of dubstep.

This song is really focused on the melodic side instead of distorted sounds. Use your imagination while listening to this track and imagine that you are listening a long guitar solo.

Reviews


AchiyanAchiyan

Rated 5 / 5 stars 7 days ago

no idea you advanced this much. while im still stuck on Press Start (which to me is still pure genius at work just having fun), you have grown into an awesome ass producer. hell yea!



ESTAR48ESTAR48

Rated 5 / 5 stars 1 month ago

0:00-0:05
Very interesting beginning, fresh and interesting, very good first impression to the listener!

0:06-0:29
Good staccato chord leads you put there, same goes for pads and sweeps! Nice decision to put "intro drums" to keep variety at 0:20. As for the voices, well made, all of them are in tone, they don't sound "tense" or forced, and there's no white noise in the recording of it! Very good aswell! :D

0:30-1:03
BOOM! Yeah, that's what I'm talking about, this is something that makes Dubsteps, well, "dubsteps" haha, the classic "explosion" at 0:31. Nice saws and leads, they sound pretty well mixed, the saw doesn't overshadow the lead, and viceversa; i like how the saws sounds agressive, yet they are so warm it doesn't hurt your ears, just like a sharp blade used incredibly accurate (again, my respect to the mastering!). The chord progression is very creative! I was thinking it was starting to get repetitive, but then...

1:04-1:29
...Bam! chord progression changed at 1:04, nice move of your part! Good "bell" sounds to introduce the other chord progression (1 minute and yet, the atmosphere of the song sounds diverse!). Pads pads pads! Good good good mixing there, you didn't lose it yet! :D

1:30-2:00
Juicy way to go back to first chord progression, i say the same thing as 0:06-0:29. :P When it came close to 1:57 i thought: "well, back to the first progression", but NO! Because...

2:01-2:28
...You didn't start it as the first one! And well done in the drums! Implementing real drum sounds was a nice move, also new chord progressions appearing... Not repetitive at all!

2:29-3:02
What else i can say here? I'm crying of joy :'D

3:03-3:29
Let me explain how this part felt, it's like a refreshing bucket of cold water in a very very VERY sunny and hot day. Good "somewhat 8-bit sound thingy" lead you used there. And wait, is that a piano i hear there? Give this man a cookie!

3:20-3:50
"Hold the brakes drums!" Haha i like how the drums stop here. I feel like entering a huge and large heavenly passage as this part starts (thanks to pads). Freshy ending, that fade-out outro makes you "levitate" in your imagination, perfect, just perfect!

Nice mastering, nice vocals, nice song! This song motivated me to do a serious review of it, i added it to favs! So yeah, ZERO! (Just kidding). I agree with what LunyAlex said: "Intimidating NGADM'14 submission." I hope you the best for this contest!

5/5 :P


Acid-Paradox responds:

This is one of these reviews that I'll remember when making music. Thanks for taking the time to write such detailed review.

Cheers!


LunyAlexLunyAlex

Rated 5 / 5 stars 1 month ago

Fantastic song. Beautiful vocals, imaginative soundscape, melodies go wild at times. Production is ace.

5/5 - Intimidating NGADM'14 submission.


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djhoohaadjhoohaa

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 16, 2014

This is rather sick! so many note changes in the bass and some how it sounds amazing.
even the break downs keep you listening. keep it up man!
ps. can i ask what vst that is for the guitar sound?


Acid-Paradox responds:

It's Massive ;)


JaykwubJaykwub

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 16, 2014

I really don't know what to say, this song makes me nervous.


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