How to Destroy Angels - A Drowning (Qvarcos Mix)

Download this song! Lights Expand Collapse

Credits & Info

Uploaded
Jul 6, 2015 | 11:32 AM EDT
File Info
Song
12.4 MB
5 min 25 sec
Score
4.00 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

*Remix of a third-party piece.
Excercise caution when using it, refer to author comments / contact the author for details.

Score:
Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
446 Plays | 4 Downloads
Share Links:
Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
Tags:
dark
mix
atmospheric
htda

Author Comments

Lead vocals are used btw, they are just low pitched.

Reviews


JandreParisJandreParis

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very interesting.

Probably the second or third ambient track I've reviewed thus far, and gotta say, this one is pretty good too. It's highly dynamic, ethereal, creepy and eerie. It gives me a bit of the shivers listening back to it, which means you've certainly accomplished your goal.

While the instrumentation is mostly percussive, it is quite complex. That phasing/flanging deal you've got going on really fits with the theme, as does the bitcrushed kick. I will say that the hi-hats are a bit too harsh on the highs there. Could be a little more dulled with EQ or just a decrease in level, probably by about -6 to -12 dB, where it's still audible but not as "in your face." Same goes for some of that filtering.

Pads are pretty sweet; they're soft and unobtrusive. The bell-like leads you have fit well for some nuanced complements. They linger just enough to add to the ambiance.

If you've ever seen an anime called "Trigun," or listened to the OST of it, look out for two tracks: 'Blue Summers' and 'Perfect Night'. They encompass the kind of atmosphere and themes you were trying to achieve here (and maybe they'll help you in the future!) Very gritty and industrial like.

I like, I like. A good job, sir!

-J.P.



BiPolarBeatBiPolarBeat

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Born just in time to search dank music.