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Jan 7, 2016 | 11:22 AM EST
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8.6 MB
4 min 43 sec
Score
4.50 / 5.00

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Rated 4.50 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
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Author Comments

So i finally made a song that doesn't involve Drum N Bass.
Everything past the intermission is lazy, sorry :(
Total time: 5 hours, 39 minutes

My best song yet... again. I say this every time.

Reviews


Erm4ckErm4ck

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

this is amazing, like the old skool, i love it.


GDHexhammer responds:

Thank you! :)


Gragon73Gragon73

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Notes...

Arp at the beginning is interesting, but could use more background.
I love subs.
When the drums come in, it's great. I might have started them at the beginning of the second eight-measure section and added a modulation clip to change the filter or such to give it a bit more of a build up, though.
The breakdown at 0:56 is nice.
There are some notes out of key during the build, but it gives it a nice feel.
There's a bit too much on the high end and not enough mid.
I feel like the drums at the build give it a bit too much of a dancey feel - it's more common (and sounds a bit better) to just repeat a singular drum, either kick or snare but not both.
That drop. Teach me how to bass please, I still haven't figured it out D:
Nothing more to comment about the drop other than that I loved it. Subs ftw.
You bring in the old melody nicely, but I feel like after the drop you should have brought the mids in more quickly.
That part has dancey drums again - dubstep doesn't sound the same without half-time drums, as it's basically what defines the genre (in addition to sub basses).
The breakdown at 2:21 is nice. Love the tempo change and the piano.
After the breakdown I wished you had kept going with that rather than switching back to the same stuff as the start.
Speaking of dancey drums, they actually fit quite well with drops (i.e. the second one here) if you make more breaks (DnB-style rhythms). Drumstep ftw.

Thoughts afterward...
The drums could have used a bit more decay. They're kinda short.

I liked the song - it just needs a bit of work in some aspects.


GDHexhammer responds:

"Teach me how to bass please, I still haven't figured it out D:"
Use Sytrus, get a dubstep bass from a demo project (or several of them in this case), and create a modulation X envelope.

Thanks for the review! :D