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Uploaded
Jul 25, 2014 | 1:18 PM EDT
File Info
Song
9.3 MB
4 min 2 sec
Score
4.64 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.64 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
355 Plays | 13 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
Tags:
techno

Author Comments

Hello everyone my name is Casey Eliot Thach. I was born in Guntersville Alabama on August 3, 1990. I was raised in North Carolina for ten years of my life. I now currently live in Dothan Alabama. I was mostly into rock music when I was younger, but I also started listening to some Rap and Hip-Hop. When I was fifteen years old I met a guy named Mike that listened to Techno music that he got off of a website called Newgrounds Audio Portal. I quickly got into this type of music and before long started to collect Techno music. I have on average about 200 to 250 Dance, Techno, and Trance songs now. Soon after collecting all these songs I began to think that I should start making this type of music, and sure enough in October 2011 I downloaded a program called FL Studio and started making music. The first song I ever made was Cop Chase. Once I made it I had made up my mind that I really enjoyed doing it and continued making music with Cop Chase being only just the beginning. After it came Black Storm, and then a remix to Pachelbel's famous song Canon. These were my first three songs I ever made, and were my only three instrumentals. After this came singing in my music using a program called Antares Auto-tune. I utilized the software in the same way that T-Pain did in his song, "Buy You A Drink." In T-Pain's song he sang in a B minor, whereas in my music I sing in a C and F. As I made songs I only enjoyed it more, and it only led to the continuation of more songs. Today I continue making music between my work and studies in college. It remains one of my greater hobbies and gives me the ultimate peace in my mind.

Reviews


ninjaPixelsninjaPixels

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I am even more addicted to this song than to Rock Home, but again, something something transitions. They feel abrupt, or not even there at all, like the transitions between verses and chorus can really be improved.

I don't really know all this music terminology, but I am pretty sure you understand what I mean.


C112Covert responds:

well the problem is is finding a fl studio tutorial that teaches you how to use the program thoroughly and doesn't skip around I can't find one of those but I agree with both you and the previous guy before youI just wish there was some way I could find that on the Internet