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Oct 2, 2015 | 1:02 PM EDT
File Info
Song
9.1 MB
3 min 59 sec
Score
4.84 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.84 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
360 Plays | 3 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Video Game
Tags:
electro
overpowered
musiken

Author Comments

Made this track after seeing Pacific Rim which is why I added some 'robotish' vibe to it. This is basically the soundtrack I imagined for an epic fight between overpowered robots.

Program: FL Studio 11
VST's/Plugins: Omnisphere, Nexus 2, Sylenth, NI Massive
Hardware: Laptop, Focusrite 2i2, Launchpad, Korg SP-300

Reviews


PsychopathPsychopath

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm surprised you haven't been scouted already. Let me fix that for you.

I don't have much of a review to give you. I could see it being used in a turn-based RPG boss fight so there's that at least.

~Review Request Club.



guilhermevl1guilhermevl1

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Reminds me of Tron's soundtrack. I like musical background but the main melody isn't that good.


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1f1n1ty1f1n1ty

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

R4R

Yeses:
- Fullness of sound. You've achieved a great amount of depth that I don't see often in R4R.
- Beginning. What happens in the beginning is really cool and original!
- Synths. A lot of your synths are really awesome!
- Beginning drums. The bongos and snaps and stuff sound really nice!
- Melody. This is more of a "meh", but at least they were there and kind of okay.
- Atmosphere. It's not really "epic" or "overpowered", but it certainly is energizing and robotic!

Nos:
- Repetition. The same chord progression is repeated throughout without any change, and certain parts repeat exactly as they were before. Overall, not enough variation to keep things interesting for a long time.
- Drop drums. I hear some defaults in there. Don't use them.
- Uneventful transitions. This is something I have to work on, too, so I won't judge you too hard on it. Overall you could spice things up by adding in some more interesting transition sounds.
- Fadeout ending. I'm not one of them, but a lot of people will go insane when someone uses fadeout endings. Just a word of advice.
- 16 plays. Wow.


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Musiken responds:

Probably the most useful review I've had on my works. Thank you very much!

I totally understand what you mean too. Repetition is certainly an aspect I've tried to change. I tend to choose chords and stick to them. For the fadeout, I understand the hate. I usually avoid it but I just couldn't find a way to end it, it never worked out even after hours of work. Lesson learnt though.
As for the views, I'm already on a few other sites which makes the low views on here not that bothering. As long as I get constructive reviews, I'm a happy man!

Thanks again :)