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Uploaded
Oct 26, 2014 | 3:11 AM EDT
File Info
Song
11.6 MB
5 min 5 sec
Score
0 / 5.00

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Rated 0 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
325 Plays | 5 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
Tags:
piano
classical
progressive
dubstep

Author Comments

Dubsteppy kind of track with with some reggae bass, counterpoint and modern classical style piano hammering.

Reviews


PandasticalityPandasticality

Rated 4 / 5 stars

the start feels a bit dull, it could build up a little faster, but once it does its not a bad tune, i like that synth, kinda feels like im listening to nintendo-step-ish stuff : D good stuff man, keep it up.
- Pandasticality


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MelkorMorgoth responds:

Thanks a lot, Mr. Panda! :D


CanasCanas

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Disorienting, funky, choppy, glitchy, with some masterful work on the basslines. It's a bit haunting at times, I can see it right at home in some sort of dystopian future flick.

There's very little that needs improvement here, I'd say be careful with your synths and pianos being 'detuned' or not in the same key as the rest of the song, it creates a little too much distance for the listener, especially once you start layering them.

Other than that, the song was great, the five minutes flew by and the pacing was flawless. Great work!


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MelkorMorgoth responds:

Thanks alot! You are my very first reviewer and what a favourable review it is!
Well, i don't strictly adhere to the concept of "key" in this piece, so i took my liberties. Still, i did not venture into the aleatoric and still kind of had the key of C# minor (i think it was) as a central building block. Also i did not detune the synths a lot, i just tried to give each synth voice an unique colouring to make them more discernible. It may be that you percieve the synths, and especially the piano, which i didnt tinker with a whole lot, as out of tune, because you are not used to listening to polyphonic music or not used to the tone of the voices in the polyphonic context.
Would you care to specify per private message? This review system here on NG is terribly dated and you cannot even make a reply chain.