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The Pursuit {X-is-Trance}

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Jun 24, 2008 | 2:49 PM EDT
File Info
7.6 MB
5 min 32 sec
3.70 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Rated 3.70 / 5 stars
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473 Plays | 61 Downloads
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Electronic - Trance

Author Comments

Another song in my Detective Series, This one's got a guitar at the end, albeit highly distorted, and only 2 synthesizers were used otherwise. This was really fun to make, and I think I'm getting a lot better at song making. Comments/Suggestions are welcome.

Most of the leads are Toxic Biohazard synths. Even though I only have the Demo, I still made sure there are no gaps that ruin the experience. I have a workaround for all of you people so you don't need to ignore that wonderful piece of software. There are a few steps, so write this down somewhere or memorize it if you can.

Step 1: Make the song, export as a WAV. DON'T CLOSE FL STUDIO YET (Using WAV is important because MP3 causes audio loss of higher and lower frequencies and WAV doesn't)
Step 2: Make another WAV of the same song (with a different name so you don't overwrite the old one). The gaps made by Toxic Biohazard will be in different places 99% of the time.
Step 3: Import both songs into another Project.
Step 4: Play both at C5, at any note length, once. (explanation: C5 is the "home" frequency of WAV files in FL Studio. They will play at the same frequency as normal if they are at C5, an octave lower would make it half as fast, an octave higher, twice as fast.)
Step 5: Find where the end of the song will be in the playlist and place a blank clip there (if it ends at 3:15, put a clip that STARTS there to ensure there is no cutoff). Listen to the whole song and determine if there are still any overlapping gaps. If so, make another copy of the original song, and repeat steps 3-4)
Step 6: Export in whatever type of file format you want- YOU'RE DONE!!!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty good, but...

...the guy below me is kinda right. You need some more variation and maybe vary your percussion samples.

Other than that, the song is plenty enjoyable. Kudos, and keep making music!

Death-9 responds:


Got it written down in a big paper, taped it on the screen.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Good and all, but...

The song doesn't go anywhere. There isn't any dynamic change. It needs to go somewhere, move to something idea wise. Visualize a story of some sort and create the track around that. We don't need to see the same backdrop with the same chase scene, in the same direction the whole time. Add something more!


Death-9 responds:

Yeah, I see what you mean. I'll try to do that on the next song I make. Fortunately, visualizing is something I'm good at, so I hope I can do it well enough!

I'd give you some reviews, but I got banned from reviewing for a few months...