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Jun 17, 2017 | 4:22 PM EDT
File Info
Song
5.8 MB
4 min 13 sec
Score
3.48 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.48 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
455 Plays | 26 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
Tags:
music
song
spoopy
hjfod

Author Comments

Wulp. It took me ~4 hours to make this and I think it still could use some detail but oh well. Here it is, the full version of Spoopy House!
I honestly think this is one of my best (if not the best) songs, so I hope you like it too! :D

EDIT: At the time of me writing this this song is on 19th place on the 1st page of popular songs sorted by week... O.o

Made by HJfod!

Made in FL Studio 12

BTW If someone is wondering what the robot voice says:
First drop: "Time to Drop"
End of first drop "Drop Ends Here"
Second drop: "Second Drop"
End: "Thee End" (yes there 2 e's)
This is also my 2nd song to use a voice, the first one was Run! ;)

"Spoooopyyyy"

Reviews


TaintedLogicTaintedLogic

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

The creepy mood is cool. I think a lot of the synths are a little generic, and the drums could’ve been stronger. For example, the snare that first comes in at :02 would aid a lot more to the creepiness here if it was a bit crisper and punchier, which you can accomplish with some more careful equalizing and compression. The drums sound very distorted throughout much of this piece. I also think that, for the first 1.5 minutes or so, the piece doesn’t have much of a strong sense of direction - little dynamics or phrasing, filtering, changes in texture, etc. Giving the piece some more shape and structure within phrases could really help you maximize the effect of the creepy mood here. I liked your idea for the drop at 1:36, but the product is very muddy and unpolished. Equalizers will be your best friend - stripping away low frequencies in everything except the bass and kick will give your mix some clarity, and taking away some of the treble tones in the white noise at 1:36 will prevent your piece from sounding overly harsh. I’d also suggest using some reverb to make your piece sound fuller and richer when you have fewer instruments playing. One thing I did appreciate with this piece is the subtle ways you varied both the verses and the drops. I think you could’ve had some smoother transitions, though, at 3:56 for example. The ending also cuts off a little suddenly. Still, I think my biggest problem with the piece is the production quality. Please do some research on equalizers and compressors in whatever DAW you use, and you’re well on your way to making more professional-sounding mixes. :)  Keep at it, HJFod!

5.25/10


HJfod responds:

Thank you for the review! Yeah, I really need to look into equalizers and stuff, it's just I'm fairly new to FL Studio and just actually making my music into reality overall. :DD