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Uploaded
Aug 28, 2009 | 7:54 PM EDT
File Info
Song
8 MB
6 min 59 sec
Score
4.24 / 5.00

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Rated 4.24 / 5 stars
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1,180 Plays | 79 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
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Author Comments

This is my longest and most experimental song. It has two different main melodies and more of an ambient feel. If you listen to it, please listen to the whole thing, or at least the two main melodies so your vote and review is fair. Thanks and enjoy.

Reviews


TheBagCartelTheBagCartel

Rated 4 / 5 stars

~:0~

You're getting there. I hear less synth presets, but now we have Percussion to deal with.

The claps, do they have any effect connected to them?

Pacman Pill!


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Magik-Waffle responds:

HAO DO U KNO?! :O


Burn7Burn7

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Interesting

I know the importance of listening to a song the whole way through, don't you worry :)

Listening to this, I really liked everything that went into it, and I understand it has more of an ambient kinda feel, like something that you could dance to in a club. But honestly, for me at least, a lot of the power and memorability of a song comes from a catchy, strong lead. And as this song is mostly ambient, it isn't designed for a lead like that(If design is even the right word to use there).

BUT, I imagine all the buildup from the beginning to around 4:48-ish could amount to a pretty powerful lead. I, personally, would drop the repeating note at 4:48, and bring all the percussion you have in and blast in with a crazy multi-voiced, high analog sinewave lead that really makes all the build worth it. THEN you can have the lead that goes on just before 4:48 come out for a few more rounds as it winds down and then commence with the note repeating that you've got going on at 4:48.

Totally would blow my socks off. And then you'd get to watch as I go find them. I live in a desert, that would suck. Sandy shoes are the worst.


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Magik-Waffle responds:

Thank you for the long and well-thought-out review. I think you have some good advice. I appreciate it. :D