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May 25, 2015 | 9:44 PM EDT
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13.9 MB
6 min 5 sec
Score
4.54 / 5.00

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Rated 4.54 / 5 stars
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837 Plays | 60 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Trance
Tags:
dance
house
bliss
upbeat

Author Comments

Created 25/5/2015

Today is the day that ENSC is finished, finally since 2011 and yes this song is named after the album itself.

Well, this is the last song of this album of mine that I've been working on. I've been working on this piece since I made My Night. Actually, this was the song I was talking about in My Night; this is the twin song of My Night and it went of a different direction. Also, yesterday I found out it had a similar theme to one of my older songs, Illusional Discovery with the melody, so that made me really nostalgic.

I wasn't focusing on the technicalities of this song (mastering, mixing and the effects) I was mainly focusing on the melody and the feel, something that I try not to do :p. It's a little repetitive, yes, but I compensated it with the bouncing synths that play around the middle of the melody pattern. I wanted the last chorus to end with a bang by doing this thing that XsToRmEr1 does when he changes scale during the chorus and I wanted to do that. For the ending, I wanted it to fade out with a whole the style playing on a different scale from the song (sorry Door ;-;)

SoundCloud Link -
https://soundcloud.com/roverdude58/rover-extra-normal-sound-charges

YouTube Link -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVte6nNLEkY

ENSC Album -
https://roverdude58.bandcamp.com/album/extra-normal-sound-charges

Reviews


TaintedLogicTaintedLogic

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I liked the synths and nice, crisp drums, although I believe you've used several of those samples before. Which DAW do you use again? Anyway, I like how you started adding in some atmospheric elements at :18. It seemed to lack some bass tones from what I can discern without headphones, but perhaps that's only the first minute or two of the piece. I really liked the fuller sound you started using around 2:10. That sort of climax is exactly the reason "Moonlit Dream" was so enjoyable IMO. Your sense of harmony is rather good, and I've always admired your mixing abilities. It is repetitive and generally progresses very slowly, but you already know that. I'm excited for the album, but I think that after it you should try to experiment and broaden your horizons a little more, if you know what I mean. I liked how the ending came together in a final climax so well, and the modulation around 5:08 enhanced this coming-together effect. I see you alluded to my distaste for fade-out endings in the description, so I'll say nothing more on the matter. Overall, cool piece, man! Also, I believe you're graduating high school like me this year. May I ask what you're doing after you graduate? You can PM me if you don't want the world to know. ;) Anyway, keep up the good work, RoVeRDude58. ^^