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Man Becomes God

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Uggghhh. It's 11:43, and I wanted to finish this song today.

Basically, what we've got here is me trying to take my first steps not only into the world of sliced beats and drum samples, but also my first released foray into East West Quantum Leap Symphony Orchestra sampling. (I know- it just rolls off the tongue, doesn't it?)

Anyways, I'm proud of this piece, because I'm finally breaking away from the crappy preset dance synths I've been using up until now, and boy, is it ever nice. If you're starting out, get some new VST's as soon as possible. Well, unless you like sounding cheesy.

There are lots of parts in this song where I wish I had spent more time balancing the mix. But, it's 11:46 now. I'm done with this one.

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As the old saying goes

"Those who danced were thought to be quite insane by those who could not hear the music."

Pretty Good

Yeah, good job. It's a pretty decent start, but clearly you are more used to writing techno style dance beats in FL and just replaced your Piozone track with an EWQL Horn. The whole point is that the instruments are supposed to sound "real" hence "sampled." One lone french horn (and one string track) doesn't really fit in the song. Tip: Use the faster strings, like "18 Violins, Short, Mercado." Sounds like a sustain violin to me.. Also, try the reverb with EWQL, it's REALLY nice. Sorry to be picky, keep it up!

And yes. High Quality VSTs allow for SO MUCH MORE CREATIVATY.

:((

If only you were moreeeee experienceddddddddddd.... lol
If the mastering didn't blow in this.. people would call this an anthem! :x!

Sirdangolot5 responds:

I KNOW :''(

You

ARE THE BEST SONG I HERD EVER

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Feb 12, 2010
11:55 PM EST
Genre
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3 min 6 sec

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