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Feb 5, 2005 | 2:12 AM EST
File Info
1.8 MB
1 min 57 sec
1.98 / 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 1.98 / 5 stars
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488 Plays | 154 Downloads
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Electronic - Trance

Author Comments

An old minimalistic experiment of mine. I'd add my better stuff here but I'm paranoid...



Rated 3 / 5 stars

not yur best

not yur best at all...

a bit more background instruments would be good..


Rated 3 / 5 stars


The song sounded a little empty. there was only one sound that made the melody, and one for the beat. (And I think I heard a string faintly in the background sometimes)
It's nice, but you should really be more diverse. It gets stale after a minute.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Way too fuzzy

I'm not sure if it's intentional or not, but the primary beat just sounds way too fuzzy. As in, the sound quality sounded too low, it didn't sound crisp as the best techno and trance music I've listened to do. I mean, the part where everything got staticky near the end was good, but having the notes sound fuzzy in general for the base rhythym just makes the song sound worse. Go for a more clean-cut sound quality.

Other than that, the music was pretty darn good, it's definitely something I could listen to multiple times, and not get bored of it, or want to turn it off or anything, it's really great background music. You did a pretty good job with this one. The only possible complaint I would have is the ending, which is in general a little weak, you need to add a little more bang or style to it, you know , something which says "That's all!" and doesn't just sound like you decided to cut off the tune right there. You could fade the music back to its primary beat, or you could just end it on a crescendo or a chord. Something like that, but try to make it so when the ending comes, the user isn't left thinking "uh... is that it?".

Anyway, good music, and don't my criticism too seriously, it is your own music after all.

ImCoe responds:

I'm mature enough to welcome criticism :) I'm greatful for your long and helpful comment ^^

As for the fuzzy sound, yes that actually was intentional, but I can understand that some people would find that irritating. The aim was to make it sound sickly and almost insect-like.

As for the ending, your idea of making it fade back into the original beat was a good idea. I have made a revamped version of this, but I'm kinda iffy about submitting it here for a multitude of reasons.