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Nov 16, 2014 | 10:58 PM EST
File Info
Song
12 MB
6 min 35 sec
Score
4.52 / 5.00

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Rated 4.52 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
Tags:
liberal
dubstep
desolate
shimmering

Author Comments

This is probably my best attempt at mixing to date.

Things tend to sound MUCH better when everything is mixed 'n mastered correctly. I should know though, this took 6 hours to get sounding right and some parts needed something more, etcetera. All in all, this took 2 days to complete.

My main influence while making this was Desolate. Particularly his use of on-beat vinyl SFX and piano. (He favors the white keys.) Some may call him a Burial clone but others, myself included, think he's carved out his own stylish set of grooves.

The aforementioned influence is also why I put this into the Dubstep category. It really won't fit anywhere else and it's also 135BPM.

I hope my fans (and others who happen upon this) enjoy this choon.

"In this world, a man, himself, is nothing. And there ain't no world but this one."

"I've seen another world. Sometimes I think it was just my imagination."

"There's nowhere we can hide, except in each other."

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CommonOddityCommonOddity

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Sporting some great ambience here. I can't quite say that this is like dubstep. Doubly so 'old skool' dubstep. I mean, I'm quite familiar with the early scene in dubstep (from the likes of Emalkay to even the latest iterations of 'brostep' with hacks like Skrillex) and this feels a little bit more like downtempo zenoesque (and yes, I get that there is no category for this on NG:AP). However I am not here to argue why I believe the genre assignment is incorrect. That is a topic for another time mayhaps.

PROS:
- Ambience. Holy shit, Batman. The atmosphere is so thick in this track you could cut it with a knife. Good stuff.
- The overarching theme appears to be rather dark and rough.

CONS:
- While this I feel is a track that offers some great ambience, I just feel that it somewhat lacks any sort of meaningful progression. Maybe that is the point and I have somehow missed it... But this kind of threw me off. I would appreciate it for what it is, listen to it once, but likely leave it at that. It didn't quite stir the juices sufficiently.
- The baby crying kept throwing me off. Quite an interesting sample, although it made it a little weird to enjoy the track.

Keep at it,
-CO


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RezzyTipRezzyTip

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It has been waaay too long since I last went through your catalog. This is great. I love the ambience of it. Gives it a really creepy/sinister sound. Is that you doing the spoken word, or is it sampled? Keep up the good work bro


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Mophead367 responds:

It's sampled from a movie trailer of which I can not recall the name of at the moment.


freaksy101freaksy101

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I loved the dark atmosphere for this song. keep up making true Dubstep. :)


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Mophead367 responds:

Oh, I plan on it Freaksy!

Thanks for the love bruv!


AxTekkAxTekk

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice wubs m8
sick choon
check out my beets

nah, but for real, the groove on this one's solid (personally I'd use different drum sounds, but this has a sound to it) but what I reallllyyyy feel is those atmospherics. Personally, I usually spend more than 6 hours fucking with the mix, but you've achieved a really nice tone and depth. Huge fan of that. And this definitely isn't just some Burial clone stuff, this is way more clean & also forlorn. Feeling this homie.


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KleptoidKatKleptoidKat

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice and phat, the atmosphere you created comes with that signature CJ mood.

You did well on the engineering, i especially enjoyed those thick hi hats.

dope sounds maan

- Qwaint


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