COVERS DON'T ALWAYS CUT IT!
Well, this is one of the few cover versions of the songs that I trulely dig!
I am so dependent on sound code, that covers are usually regarded as different songs to my point of view!
Yes you got it
dude this is the best song ever you should think about putting a voice there
I get what thereviewer below means by the "Napolean Dynamite"-y sounds; I'm having difficulty pin-pointing the exact name of the synth, but the mode that you put it on that makes it sound kind of retro? At, for example, 00:26, and 1:47. Difficult to explain..
It's an interesting take, to say the least. Sounds like a MIDI at a lot of points; didn't you mention working off of a MIDI? It might have been better if you were working with an actual copy of the song, but that's because of my minor thing against MIDIs. :D It's still a very nice mix, although I wish you had used more of the techno beats like in the intro.
yeah at first it did seem like you took the mp3 and slowed it down but after listening to it its very different but its a great cover for it the best that is currently done keep up the good work
Thanks. originally after putting everything into Fruity Loops, it really was a carbon copy of the original song, but I added some good mix ups and had my lovely lovely intro.
thanks for the review.
to me it sounds like you got an mp3 of the song without vocals and slowed it down. But i am probably wrong. if you did do this, well done, great copy.
well, I would contest that you are wrong... if you listen to it faster or just listen to it immidiately after/before the actual song, then you should find the voices to be different. I also have some arrangement differences, though I admit I did start with essentially a carbon copy of the arrangement.
However, I do some things with variation on the organ that the original song doesn't do... so hopefully you'll find that it's not a rip or anything.
Thanks for the review anyhow :D
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