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Aug 11, 2009 | 10:47 PM EDT
File Info
3.5 MB
3 min 7 sec
4.26 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

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

Rated 4.26 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
595 Plays | 49 Downloads
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Electronic - Techno

Author Comments

This's my first full song, so please review, comment, and rate. :)
I had trouble halfway, so a big Thanks to Nighthawk22 for helping me with a melody and several mastering aspects, along with inspiring me to try making my own music in the first place.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

whoa whoa!

it's awesome dude! seriously!

0976 responds:

I can't believe it's been almost a year since I posted this O.o. Thanks a lot :D. I've decided to start working o my music a bit more, seeing what I can come up with and see if I can learn a thing or two. but I'm glad you like it thanks for the comment :D


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Breaking the ice

By breaking the ice, I meant two things:
1) People, you CAN review this song! Hopefully after reviewing this, more people will do the same.
2) For a very first song, you did very well. Probably better than most peoples' first songs. Better than a lot of other music on NG.

So I have some things to mention that I guess I did not mention to you via email. At 1:22, the ending of the lead synth solo is very abrupt. I don't know the extent of your music theory knowledge, so I hope this makes sense - maybe if you ended the solo in the next bar on the tonic (first note of the scale of the key the song is written in), that would probably give the solo some resolution, kind of like a happy ending to a story, instead of leaving you hanging for more. Do you know what I mean.
The song is very repetitive, but that is not necessarily bad; that is the way you wanted it. The variation from solo to solo is good, but maybe if the song had a little more variation, that would enthrall the listener more. This is your first song published, so I'm not holding it against you.
I love the transition at 2:40. A simple silence or crash cymbal can really bring a good song up the next notch. It's the little things sometimes that make a song.
Over all, good work 0976! I am expecting some good music out of you in the future.