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Dec 5, 2007 | 9:23 PM EST
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1.2 MB
1 min 22 sec
3.03 / 5.00

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Rated 3.03 / 5 stars
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currently working on this, any input is appreciated

*last update : 7/12/07 - 0016 *



Rated 2 / 5 stars


I agree with all of the men below me.
Electronica is generally at tempos 135 to 145. (beats per minute)
Dance is sometimes pushed up to 150, while hardcore goes 160-180.
(how I know this, don't ask. I know my tempos)
If you don't understand this, give me an PM, I'll explain it to you more in depth.
If you've got FL Studio, put it down to about 145 if you want to go a little fast.
Question: If you want to be a raver (song title), how in the ******* are you supposed to dance this fast? Is this a rave on E? I wouldn't know, but I'm sure someone on NG knows...just curious...just joking with you. :)
It has it's perks, but still needs a lot of work. Yeah. My first song, Frantic, is literally a piece of crap. If you don't believe me, listen to it yourself.
After a few months, I became more used to making songs and my music skill has increased and my latest submission called TranceStorm is really complex compared with my first batch of songs.

I can see you being really good with making some good ol' techno/industrial, but I guess you have to start somewhere...

cnshadow responds:

thanks for the response, really didn't expect 4 reviews in less than 24 hours ^.^


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Like the others before me

Slow it down.
Stop immediately throwing pieces in.
And the beginning is just to abrupt.
Blending is a beautiful thing.
And slow it down.
Listen to DJ-B and Beefarino44.
They took my ideas ;)
But seriously, take this adivce to heart.

/\_/\ wisemansson /\_/\

cnshadow responds:

What exactly do you mean with "the beginning", the glass breaking/alarm ?
or the bass ?


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Room for improvment

No offence, but it was not all that great. First of all their was not a bass line. Second of all the meledy that is their is just sort of random notes. The beat was ok but needs to be improved. The tempo was extreamly fast. I would slow it down.

Ok starting point, but keep working on it.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I see what you're going for...

my suggestions...
1. the bass drum could use some reverb
2. the synth comes in too suddenly, try fading it in
3. Slow it down a wee bit. It sounds out of control at that tempo
4. try adding a mid-tone synth playing sustanined notes

i'd like to see were this goes

cnshadow responds:

Much appreciated ^.^

Don't have much of a clue as to "where" it will go tho ^.^