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Dec 31, 2007 | 4:24 AM EST
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215.2 KB
14 sec
2.64 / 5.00

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Rated 2.64 / 5 stars
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Hip Hop, Rap, R&B - Hip Hop - Modern

Author Comments

Yeah man, just another loop I made. Call it gothic rap or call it industrial hip-hop, whatever it is I'm just trying to do something a little differant, you know? Keep waiting for my first full length song, I'll show ya'll something then. I'm gonna keep doing what I'm doing, thanks for checking it out. Vote and review if you got the time, constructive criticism strongly desired.

Andy P. Nixon aka Rev-P



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Ok? How is this hiphop?

This really sound like one big preset. I guess it works though. I don't have anything to add that S-3-C didn't say below. So uuuh do that.

dda7 responds:

This isn't a response to this particular review, I'm just writing it here because for some reason I can't remove or edit this track in any way. I just want everyone to know that I know it sucks, and if I could I would have deleted it earlier today when I was deleting a bunch of other songs I submitted. I must have been high as shit when I made it and submitted it, judging by how retarded I sound in my "author comments" and by the fact that I apparently thought this song was worth posting for the world to see. Listen at your own risk


Rated 3 / 5 stars


I have to say..Its not Hip hop, and is sounds too...Nintendo =\

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad

Well the overall loop is decent. You've got a good harmony going on with both the synth string and sytrus bells. The beat is slow and appropriately fits the track.

Now, some things you might want to do for your next track or if you delve into this project more:
-Try looking around for some more samples then the default FL studio ones, either that or mess with the EQ and add effects to make them more original
-Pan the drums(like you could tilt the hi hat to the left or the right so theres a wider sound)
-Maybe add a more continuous bassline
-Possibly compose another more subtle melody alongside to compliment the bells
-Once the chorus hits, try expanding more on the strings-make chords out of the melody, add some reverb for depth, layer it with a pad for more power

hope these suggestions helps! overall, fairly decent work here, keep it up :)

dda7 responds:

Hey man, I appreciate the input. I'll try some of the stuff you suggested next time, if you hear it it'd be awesome if you could give me another critique like this one.