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Date
02/15/2007
File Info
Song
2.8 MB
3 min 3 sec
Score
4.34 / 5.00

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Author Comments

1 of 3 - Factory, uplifing and jazzy - Labratory - Calm and pleasing

Reviews


imgonnakillyouimgonnakillyou

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 24, 2009

i like the fax part

and the water dripping i mean who could record those and turn it into music?



johnfnjohnfn

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 19, 2007

Hahahaha.. Awesome.

I was loving this from the beginning. Some of the backing base was a little too fuzzy for me I think (I would have prefered something more clean), and the last lead instrument that comes in before you shift the whole thing to the Laboratory was really strange and contrasted kinda bad with everything else. Also, the synth thing that hits a note, then 1 octave up, then back down to the same note is way too loud in contrast with the rest of the song. That's probably the biggest problem here.

On the other hand, this is freaking awesome!!!! I absolutely love it, especially the jazzy section at the beginning. Great melodies in there, although you may have done a few of them a little too fast. I also loved how you made a beat out of the weirdest sounds, it reminds me of Time by Pink Floyd.

On to the next one!

PS. Wanna check out some of my stuff? ;)


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AlexanderZero responds:

Yeah the jazz lead could have been longer I suppose, I didn't want it to die out though. And you also have to consider the song is pretty long already :P

The idea in the first part was get a song that sounded like it was coming from machinery and robots. The octave jumper in laboratory is a little loud I agree.

-I'd be glad to check out some of your stuff ^_^