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Feb 9, 2016 | 4:34 PM EST
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Song
3.9 MB
3 min 26 sec
Score
4.59 / 5.00

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Rated 4.59 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Dance
Tags:
dance
laser
party
miyolophone

Author Comments

It's a laser, but wherever you shoot it, a dance party appears! (I need one of those...)

F-777-inspired techno-dance music. Maybe by some crazy stroke of luck he'll see it, but probably not. Please give me feedback! I need it pretty badly.

Party on!
-Miyolophone

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MollusK-MusicMollusK-Music

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is a nice little tune you have here. I do want to say that a large portion of this track is lacking in mid frequencies. I really like the chord progression and the melodies they just feel a little alone. As if, one frequency (The highs) are playing the melody, and one (The lows) were playing the progression only. This is all well and good, but you really need some solid mids to fill the freq range and glue both the melody and progression together. I want to suggest that perhaps you add some supersaws (I don't know if you do your own sound design, but just take two or more saw oscillators, add some voices; 4 or 7 work best, and detune the shit out of them. Or just a bit or detune works, it depends on the sound you are looking for. You can do this in pretty much any VST, btw. Though, I use Xfer's Serum) If you play the progression with those it will more than likely help fill out your range. This works especially well if you reiterate the bassline on a higher octave.

I hope this helps, you've got some good stuff coming. I can tell that the music is not what needs work, just some practice and learning your DAW. If you use FL or just want to ask some questions about sound design, feel free to hit me up.

Cheers, man c:


Miyolophone responds:

Thanks for the advice! I definitely see what you're saying with the frequencies, even if I wouldn't necessarily been able to describe it as well as you :3 I have a lot to learn with my DAW, and this is exactly the type of thing I need to hear.

I'll try to overcome my fear of scary words like "oscillators" and see what I can do with filling out range in the future. (I don't use FL, but there's a good chance I will in fact hit you up with those questions.)

Cheers yourself c: