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Laserdance - Power Run V2

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Feb 26, 2010 | 7:41 AM EST
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6.9 MB
5 min 3 sec
Score
4.40 / 5.00

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Rated 4.40 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Vocoder Mix of my cover of Power Run. Original by Laserdance in 1987.

--Instruments--
Roland Juno 106
Casio CZ-3000
Yamaha DX9
LinnDrum (sampled)
Oberheim DMX (sampled)

All parts (excluding the obvious) were hand played.

Please Leave constructive criticism and/or feedback

Tempo: 119bpm

Original (c) Laserdance 1987
Cover (c) Ben Anderson 2009/2010

Reviews


kirja100kirja100

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WOOOOOOOW!!!!!

I'm Fan of music 90's - and this is wonderful song!!!!!
Thank you!!!
-DJYourSmile


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Technomancer22Technomancer22

Rated 5 / 5 stars

HELLO, PUNY HUMAN.

YOUR MUSIC IS VERY SPACEY. AND I WOULD KNOW.


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DachampsterDachampster

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

w0w

you have a thing for the 80s. i like it.

Melody: 1/2- Even though its a remix, this could be a bit louder.

Drums: 2/2- Not as tough as Galactic Race but still nice.

Bass: 1/2- Weak.

Instruments: 2/2- Pretty '87

Mood: 1/2- Not enough energy

OVERALL: 7/10

Sorry I didnt make an in depth review. Are you even reading this?


benanderson responds:

Cover, not a remix.

Its ironic how you say the bass is weak and the drums are not tough, the drums are very punchy (especially the kick, the Linn LM1's crowning jewel) and the bass line from the Juno106 sends the spectrum analyser (and my subwoofer) mad, same with the main synthesizer lead.

Can I ask what kind of speakers you are using to listen to this music? I am using a £400 set-up with a logitech subwoofer and two Tannoy floor standing speakers.

The instruments are genuine 80s synthesizers. The Juno106 is from 1984, the CZ3000 is from 1986, the DX9 is from 1983, and the two drum machines from 1979.