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Dec 28, 2006 | 11:15 PM EST
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1.5 MB
1 min 37 sec
Score
3.74 / 5.00

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Electronic - Industrial
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Ever wondered what ants listen to while they work? then check this out, and find out.

Reviews


BuoyBuoy

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nine all around!

I can see this as what ants listen to... when I saw the track you know... I was expecting just this. And I was right! Go me!

This is one really great industrial track. I found the melody as extraordinarily good, there are few great melodies as these, and they really fit the theme like the theme was made for the song.

You had a lot of bass in this and they all sound good, but remember to have the great basses much louder for a more bad-ass feeling.

The sawtooth or whatever it is is very loud, but it still doesn´t overdub the other instruments. I could actualoly like having this a bit louder and have more instruments and synths playing this melody.

In the last part it comes with a shitload of drums which just sounds plain bad when they are mixed together.... it rapes the ears totally.

In the very last moment when you just stopped it all and let iit go at a really low volume it sounded really cool... like it was left behind and the rest of the song left to another place... it gives a great feeling.

This one had great mastering too.

Alright... I have a question for you! I want to know what software you use. This sounds like an example song from Reason.

Ok then. a low
5/5


DarkValentine responds:

I used Ableton Live 5. with Ableton
Live, the only thing you need, is imagination & timing to do what you want done.

and the drums were intentionally, to keep the imagination of the ants finishing a colony, and continue on, never resting. and then, the beat drops when the sun goes down.