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Uploaded
Jul 22, 2016 | 7:39 AM EDT
File Info
Song
3.9 MB
3 min 28 sec
Score
3.38 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.38 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
432 Plays | 16 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dance
Tags:
fast
upbeat
160bpm
sirhadoken

Author Comments

So I had ideas for a fast paced hype song, and I started screwing around, editing some of Lockyn's presets, and then this happened, and I'm REALLY satisfied with most of it. The ending and that one part before the second drop are kinda rushed because I wanted to sleep because it was 5 AM.
But yeah, enjoy this cool little thing :D I think it might even be my best work so far.

Reviews


windluxmusicwindluxmusic

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

good shit (fml i have no idea what to write x'D) the leads pretty cool


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DelcherroDelcherro

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Definitely sounds like something you would hear in a video game XD I have a few things though:

The bass doesn't seem to fit well with the lead, you can really tell the difference between the two.
The snare sounds like something you would use in a dubstep song, not in the fast, upbeat songs,
I really liked 0:48, but the slurs here and there don't seem to fit, and are kinda random, if you remove those, I think I would have enjoyed that part a lot better,
I really like the harmony at 1:36, fits very well with the song, aaaaannnnndd
the last thing is that after about 2 minutes or so, the song starts to get a little repetitive. If you ended the song earlier or added a new melody or lead, it would have been great :D

Overall, I really think you have great potential, it was a very fun and catchy song.
I really hoped you learned a thing or two from me :D


SirHadoken responds:

Thank you for your detailed review :D I'll definitely take everything you've said into consideration in the future. I'm not very well experienced with fitting basses and leads together, and I need to work on ironing out my repetition. I'm glad to hear exactly what I need to improve in my work from someone else, and I hope that, with this constructive advice, I can improve to a tolerable level.
Thanks again for the helpful advice :D