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Song Made in FL Studio, based on Jason C's Radiate. IS NOT THE SAME THING.



i just listened to the radiate song jason c made and it sounds exactly the same...


this does sound nice but really it sounds too much like JasonC's song, i could barely pick out any differences. well maybey their there...who knows. but anyway next time u remix a song just change it up a lil more

Ev1lCl0wn responds:

Actually, there are a lot of differences.

1) I tried to remake his synths as close as possible, and I believe I did so.

2)The -one- thing out of effects I did that was the same was the reveerb on the main and secondary synth.

3)The only part of the song that is nearest identical to JasonC's work is the beginning, from the start to before the countdown. From there, everything is on a different pattern.

4)I'm cool. And, well, quite frankly, Eclipse is too. Great songs, bud. (totally unrelated)

And thats about it.


Real good song ya got there....
Which synths did jason make?
The start and the guitar like?

Ev1lCl0wn responds:

The main 2 lead parts use his synths. (the tweaking of the cut/res/ect are his)

Guitar part?

Thanks for tha review. :D


Very relaxing, the beginning of the song is awesome. Nice fade in and fade out at the end. This track should be in stores.

Ev1lCl0wn responds:

Thak you very much.

I always like it when people enjoy my work. The things that i used were patterns and 2 synths from JasonC's Radiate, which is a song given when you get FL Studio. (Projects>Cool Stuff>JasonC-Radiate)

The thing that I love about all of Jason's songs are the awesome synths he gets to do in them.


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Credits & Info


Dec 26, 2004
3:16 PM EST
File Info
2.7 MB
2 min 3 sec
4.20 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

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