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Mar 9, 2017 | 7:00 PM EST
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Song
4.6 MB
4 min 1 sec
Score
3.95 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.95 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
523 Plays | 24 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
Tags:
dubstep
aria
150bpm
noodly

Author Comments

Attempt at dubstep.

Put about 20 hours into it, spring break is life. Not sure I like it a lot but hey, an attempt is an attempt.

150 BPM, F minor

FL Studio, Serum, Sylenth, lots of Cymatics Samples

Reviews


ioriliceaiorilicea

Rated 5 / 5 stars

OMG! It's so good!
Nothing bad! :)


DelitescentAria responds:

Thanks :)


DJCat12DJCat12

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not Bad, but it can be better.

I will recomed you export your songs with 320 kbps (in the FL Studio exporter put the max. quality in mp3 rendered quiality)


DelitescentAria responds:

I was not aware of this, thank you kind sir!


5TanLey5TanLey

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

soo

musically - I liked the intro but what happens after is mostly random mess, sorry... it really lacks some catchy moment during which you would just nod your head to the rhythm or something - that's crucial for this type of music imo.. it just keeps going and going, new sounds and stuff, but nothing catched my attention much

probably everybody would expect a drop at 0:40 but it just another buildup.. I would either delete this part completely or only use a riser before the main drop

1:20 synth sound somewhat disharmonic with that arp behind

drums should hit harder since this is dub/drumstep.. so use harder samples/sidechain or both or just mix them better

overall it's not mixed super well, at parts like 2:48 it's really hard to focus on anything since everything has kinda same loudness.. you can almost feel that the mix "can't breathe.. I'd say there's too much stuff going on at the same time - less sometimes mean more.. e.g. that arp is on almost whole song, you could leave it at some parts to help the mix

just my opinion really, hope this helps a bit :)


DelitescentAria responds:

This helps a lot! I appreciate some help anytime, as long as it's constructive.

This was mostly an attempt, which gives me more insight for the next time I want to do this kind of stuff. Regarding the drums, I totally agree. I just lack the knowledge or samples to make them hit more.

In my honest and humble opinion, I think the 0:40 mark is fine. Removing the riser would probably help but I just don't hear it personally.

Aaannnd, I know it's not mixed well. You've seen my stuff, you know I'm not super versed in music. Something I have to improve upon but I have trouble hearing it.

Anyways, thanks for the review, helps a lot.