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Apocalyptic Eruption

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A short heavy metal song that truly tests the limits genres place on composers. You can hear the combination of electronic aspects with heavy metal.


Also there's a sample in the song that is literally one of my friends blowing into their orange juice and I turned it into a riser lol

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Love the riffs and ideas here, getting massive reminders of A Martian Winter by Angel Vivaldi. The mixing could definitely do with some improvement though, there's a lot of general blowout from what sounds like probably a limiter being very overloaded, so I recommend turning down all the individual instruments enough so that the only work the limiter has to do is during the very loudest peaks of the song.

TheUnnamedPlayer responds:

that, is a massive personal taste.

This is advanced mixing for metal music, most bands do this exact same way of mixing. Its considered industry standard now with most rock and metal producers.

something something bubbles on orange juice
good song

edit: one day ill learn to read descriptions before posting

TheUnnamedPlayer responds:

hsaaaaaaa

Yeeaah! This song is insane. I was NOT ready for that drop at the start.

Oooooh fu****** yes! That's awesome hahaha, I really love the musical genre. And more beautiful to hear this 💙💜💙💜. This goes for featured uwu I'm sure brother 💜💛💚💙💗

holy fuck

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Votes
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Score
4.87 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jun 11, 2021
6:07 PM EDT
Genre
Heavy Metal
File Info
Song
7.8 MB
3 min 25 sec

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