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Nov 10, 2007 | 11:46 AM EST
File Info
7 MB
3 min 50 sec
4.22 / 5.00

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Rated 4.22 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

For the dnb mac comp. WEEEEEEEE.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

bow wow?

oooo lala, it sounds like outer space alien music, you do garage band piride!! good job!

Quarl responds:

Thanks man :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Niiiice stuff. That gated reese thing wasn't really of my liking, sounded really digital and stuff- well I'm just a "analog warmth" ftw guy so don't mind me. The reese is some awesome on-crack synthage though, absolutely of my liking. Cool detuned bass too, but it doesn't appear enuffr >:( Yay jungle beats.

Btw, still only using garageband? This's amazing shit if you did it with only that. Well if ya didn't... then it's still amazing ^^

Awesome work my good sire

Quarl responds:

lol. Ar, thanks for the review :D Yep, I'm still using just garage band and I pride myself on not using any samples. Good luck with your comp songs!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice mucho gusto

I really liked this. I think I can appreciate your music more now because I am using speakers that are better than the built in mac ones.

You know you could probably trick some people into thinking this is an ambient submission if you decreased the bass and slowed it down. Like the beginning and end are kind of ambient, but then the rest is like "OOH FVCK YEAH BOOM!" And I like it.

Next time put more emphasis on where there was none.

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