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Date
09/03/2007
File Info
Song
7.7 MB
5 min 37 sec
Score
4.27 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.27 / 5 stars
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Genres:
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Author Comments

Thanks Speedmetalmessiah for the guitar solo at the end.

Reviews


laurielegitlaurielegit

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 24, 2008

Good stuff

Funky shit

Unlike so many songs today you seem to have realise that a thumping bass line dosn't automaticaly mean you work is good.



MyWarMyWar

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars September 9, 2007

Good Sound

Sound great! Keep it up!


Scrap-Sound responds:

And it only deserved a 7? :(


MaestroRageMaestroRage

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 6, 2007

7th 10/10 i've ever given. :D

So this is the super clean account eh?! Well I brought popcorn, and enough butter to kill a small animal. So lets see how oily my hands get.

Not much, my fingers are constantly waving around, messing up the popcorn, the floor, and my privelages to not be grounded.

You said I have clear sounds, these are some very interesting and crisp samples you are using, this if of course, not including the guitar as I figure that is live? If it isn't, that too is damn impressive. Where do you get your sounds? I am very interested in where you got that super crisp sitar you got playing at the beginning, and that low woodwind like sound you have 2 or so minutes in.

I can totally see this in a video game, very retro feel, constant, not distracting.

Love the build up at 3:19, incredibly effective, and it really picked up the energy levels of the song. Despite the very raw saw, the instruments still maintain a rather clear sound. You have I assume, good experience in equalizing/mastering. Props to you on that.

I'm glad this piece you have this place for your best pieces Scrapenon. I have always admired your ability, and now I too have a place to visit when it comes to seeing you at your best! I would do likewise, but i'm afraid if I made another alt i'll develop split person

NO YOU SHUT UP!!!

That guitar solo was also slamming. I too can make that kind of sound and melody, by using naught but this here small cricket!!!

I r dat gifted!

My sincerest congratulations to both of you, I do not have words of criticism, nor words of advice, but you have my support. Keep up the good fight and keep em coming!


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RuckloRucklo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 3, 2007

That's a mighty....

...cool song right here. I love the journey it makes, it's really great to see the 8 meg limit being used in a good way such as this!

The sound is slick at most parts, but theres something dynamically that makes it a little flat. You could try to send sound into different groups and compress them accordingly. Personally I like to send the bassdrum and compress it with the bass in the same group. It's a good idea to let the bassdrum (or any other transient sound you want to be in "controll") compress chosen instruments with just sidechaining. It really makes a hughe difference dynamically. In this song I would have done that with the pads, no doubt. To give the "wall" behind the sound a dynamic "life" makes a hughe difference.

Anyway, it's an awesome song, I really liked it. Good work here mate!

Also, LOLSTALK


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Scrap-Sound responds:

Thanks for the idea, Ruckie :) I'll definitely try that out in the future.