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Feb 10, 2008 | 3:21 PM EST
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670.7 KB
43 sec
Score
3.99 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.99 / 5 stars
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3,016 Plays | 135 Downloads
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Author Comments

Is my best song until now...
Has 2 guitars... & a nice rhythm
I very complex compared to my last work
so...
I think you will like it a lot

PS. Thanx to my 2 brothers...
they really help me with this song

Reviews


FroFro

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Hmm.

You must have requested this song just a couple of weeks before I became a member of the Review Request Club. Oh well, I got around to it late even though it doesn't matter for the club anymore. Side Note - I meant to say pass me back in my last review. Not pass me pack. Oh well, a typo is a typo. Hmm, well with this audio here I could almost say the same exact thing as my last review except take out the Trance part. This was just so.. simple and not that good. Kind of boring really. I really don't understand how the score was reached with such a simple piece of audio. It's almost like you massed voted it or voted 5 on it everyday or something. :/ Anyway, to make this better you really just have to add a lot of stuff to it. Some other instruments, make it longer, add variety to it, etc.. Just not that good man. Again, sorry that I can't help you make it better, but like I said I don't know how to make audio so I'm of no help.



Suspended-3rd-ChordSuspended-3rd-Chord

Rated 2 / 5 stars

ouch

I can tell your new and just messing around with the various sounds in FL so I will try not to give too much advanced criticism just yet...also WritersBlock hit the nail on the head with his review. aside from the sounds, there just wasn't too much to this piece. There was just a simple dancekick, which doesn't fit in much with the composition...try using a kick "in real drumkits"

But besides the kick, try adding hi hats (why didn't you keep them playing consistently?)on each measure, add a crash at the beginning of every four bars, a snare at every third measure, and then fill in the kicks to how you like it. That should help you start making basic drum patterns. And like writersblock said, FPC is a good start. you'll eventually want to look around for more realistic samples on the web and load them into FPC once you get further experienced in FL.

The guitar melodies nothing greater than okay, but they lack an interesting rhythm (it may sound better with a drumset in the background complimenting it). I like how you panned both of the guitars, but they could have a more defined direction..you might want to put some light compression on them, and work on messing with the effects within the FL slayer plugin to make your own tones instead of using the overused, boring presets ;).but really, i would love to hear a different sound altogether...

Once you get a good drumbeat done, add some organ chords or a rhythm guitar to play in the background, and put a bassline in the center. then you will have a much fuller sound, and a more complete composition.

Keep making music dude! everyone has to start somewhere. Have fun :)

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aldlv responds:

your review was the best...
thanx
(& the title was funny)


ShanusShanus

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Alright

The guitar hurt after a while, you need to tone it down, or something it just seems to cut threw you. But other than that, it's quite a good song. Don't know why it's in Techno though most definitely not that. Just clean up your act,and it'll sound great :D

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aldlv responds:

thanx...
(btw... It's pop.. not techno)


WritersBlockWritersBlock

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Needs work

It's really hard to get a really good classical rock sound without guitars. First of all, there aren't too many people who know how to get FL slayer to sound like a real guitar, one just off the top of my head would be jrayteam6. I'd suggest trying to find some FL Slayer tutorials out there, using a real guitar, try finding a better guitar VSTi (I think I remember seeing one somewhere, a little while ago) or trying to work with different virtual instruments. A rock song usually sounds pretty simple, but most of the time a lot is going on. As well as the lead guitar, there's the rhythm guitar and a bass, and drums. If you want to reconstruct those instruments digitally, you need to have really good samples, and most of the time this costs a lot of money. You could probably get some good drums by using the FPC and using techniques and patterns that sound as if a real drummer would play them, and you can add realism to the drums by adding reverb. I think you can probably improve on this if you add a bass, maybe try and get something good in slayer or search around. You could probably get a passable rhythm guitar with FL slayer if you sue it right, but the lead is a bit of a problem, you could replace the lead with a violin sample or flute sample.
Also, there's the structure of your song, once you've got your base chord progression, you can vary the lead around that to get a few versus, connect them with a second progression for a chorus, add a third progression for variation as the bridge, intro, outro, wham, bam, you're done.
Hope this helps break it down for you.
Good luck composing music in the future.

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aldlv responds:

wow... that's is an awesome review
thanx... It will help me a lot


NintendoMadnessNintendoMadness

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not so sure on the category

- Good stuff -
The guitar was pretty nice and it had some nice chords in a lot of places. It was really nice when it was switching between both guitars.

- Bad stuff and improvments -
When you have the title, it's sort of saying it's a remix of your first song. It needs a little more work on the looping.
Also, I don't know Classical Rock that well but I defintley know this isn't really it.

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aldlv responds:

no... I never said it was a remix of my first song...
not classical rock... I made a mistake... i know