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DJVI - Sound Ward (REMIX)

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Aug 3, 2016 | 3:06 PM EDT
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4.5 MB
3 min 55 sec
Score
4.18 / 5.00

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Rated 4.18 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Techno
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Author Comments

A full remix of DJVI's Sound Ward!
DJVI made this awesome song under the name Sound Ward (Weirdly)

All credits to @DJVI for the song, I just took it into my hands to create a nice remix of it.

Reviews


SwaggyPig007SwaggyPig007

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

REALLY GOOD except those drums you add in; the snare is a bit too loud and weird if u get what i mean.



RazaRaza

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Song could use some tighter compression and it feels a bit dry/raw in places, usually a small touch of reverb is used to make everything sound 'real' or unified, except on a very few instruments, but if you make an instrument dry try to make sure it's a deliberate choice. I'm guilty of this one too.

As for compression, dance tracks like this need to be a little bit less dynamic, get that nice push-pull that's going on in the composition to really shine with a bit of compression. Give it punch.

Now mixing aside, composition seems solid, and I was really getting into it near the end, started to feel the dance in my bones. XD It ended a bit suddenly, I would like to hear the main loop added on to and have the song extended bit a minute or so. If you're stuck for an ending to a dance track it's always a good idea to wind it down.

In other words, start stripping away instruments until you're left with a main beat. The reason why people do this, to the best of my knowledge, is so that your track can be easily beatmatched and mixed into the next song on a DJ's list. They need that extra couple of bars to crossfade into a new song.

Anyhoo! Good job, keep it up!



ABitApeABitApe

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The composition is very nice. It progresses well and new elements are always added, so it stays interesting through the whole thing. The breakdown at 01:32 is also a nice alternative to how the original is made. The remix itself is a bit too similair to the feel of the original though, or well, at least when it comes to the composition. The sounds being the major difference.

I would also peronally enjoy a bit of a more organic sound on the instruments as they sound a bit too motionless for my taste. Maybe try some slow non-synced LFOs (around a couple of seconds) that affects things like volume, filters and/or WT-position (etc..) by a tiny amount so you'll get some movement into the sound.

Other than that, nice job with the mix, it sounds loud and I can hear all the elements well. You're definetly getting there!



Francox300Francox300

Rated 5 / 5 stars

AWESOME REMIX! It's a bit better than the original xD Can I use it for GD?


Coolasp1e responds:

Of course xP
Any of my tracks are usable


Gamermanmaster1221Gamermanmaster1221

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like this remix, it gives me a space kinda vibe and a futuristic vibe. Nice job!


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Coolasp1e responds:

Thank you <3! I was trying to go for a somewhat futuristic feel, so glad to know that worked out!