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Feb 7, 2017 | 6:03 PM EST
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Song
10 MB
4 min 23 sec
Score
3.20 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.20 / 5 stars
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730 Plays | 34 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
Tags:
fire
gauntlet
gd
dubstep

Author Comments

A short one I made to possibly use in my own GD level, also GD clickbait lel. Seriously though, if this somehow gets on featured audio like Demon Slayer did, please don't take it out on me. I don't feel that this or Demon Slayer should be featured audio, just so the criticisms stay un-personal (Is that a real word?), I want to make it clear on where I stand on the quality of my audio.

I'm not gonna lie, this is kinda rushed, I only spent 3 hours on this one... I'm getting used to A LOT of new stuff, and every big project I make is crashing, so far 6 in a row have crashed; all big projects, but this didn't because it was shorter...

This track is pretty messy, and it uses 2 new scales for me; E minor and its relative major, G major. This is why it's so all over the place, I'm so used to going all out with dubstep too, holding back a bit is almost harder...

Overall I think I wasn't too sure of myself with the first drop, but the second is much better. The first one was trying to be a fusion of melodic, orchestral and regular dubstep, with strange rhythms and key changes. It clearly didn't work. The second drop just embraces it's vanilla dubstep and implements the key changes much more subtly and effectively, if a bit scarcely. As well as that I spent more time on it, and had a lot more fun making it.

3rd party synths:
DSK Overture
Massive (Demo)
Rough Rider, ma boi!

Reviews


SkiddleSkiddle

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice! I wish I could actually figure out FL :v


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Doublechindoge7 responds:

Well I'm about to upload some beginner's tutorials on dubstep on my youtube, I'll PM you a link, and a skrubscription would be highly appreciated; only need 1 more to hit 50!


Chillius03Chillius03

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Can I use this in GD for my own level too :3


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Doublechindoge7 responds:

Of course, that's the point of it, for GD users! Send me the ID when you finish ;)


D-L4YD-L4Y

Rated 3 / 5 stars

can i make a remix on this? :D


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Doublechindoge7 responds:

Aw man, you asked at literally the worst time! You can remix this, but I can't tell you the notes because I JUST closed the project down, I always keep I open for a couple days after it's done just in case. All I can tell you is it was done in 128 BPM, that it was mostly composed in E minor, and that each 2nd, 4th and 6th (but not 8th) bar was in G Major for the first drop. Good luck anyway I guess...