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Doomsday Zone (Remix)

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Apr 21, 2010 | 2:01 AM EDT
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1.6 MB
1 min 24 sec
Score
2.60 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Did this joint a while back, but only half of it. Got around to completing it. As I've stated before, I prefer arrangements to all-out remixes, so this should be faithful to the original and fresh enough for your ears.

I added the pianos and strings in for a little more emotional weight. I mean, it's the frickin' Doomsday Zone. So hopefully I captured that mood alright on this joint. Hope you guys enjoy it! Constructive criticism is APPRECIATED :D

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Zadoc-VukodlakZadoc-Vukodlak

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Gario said almost anything that had to been said about this track, actually.
We're waiting for a remastering of this song, man!


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Cam3leon responds:

Noted! I'm ready now!


GarioGario

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Here's some constructive criticism...

The production on this one is really, really dirty. Whether you did this intentionally or not (I'm leaning towards the latter, in this case) you really need to clean up the clipping on it. It's just too difficult to hear the arrangement, on it. If you don't know where to start, turn down the master volume until it doesn't clip, then turn up the tracks individually and mix them so every track has a different place in the song (instead of trying to bring every instrument out to the front). The production really knocks this down quite a few pegs, so fix it.

The arrangement itself is pretty much the source. Not a bad thing, really, although I'd encourage making it longer and playing with the source a little more (that way it won't sound repetitious when you extend the length).

Keep working - the arrangement may or may not be finished, but the production has some way to go. Good luck.


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Cam3leon responds:

Yeah I always thought about the idea of the sounds sounding a bit too smooshed together, instead of complementing each other. But I'm getting better at that, starting to figure out to assign separate channels and what not (I'm still working out my prowess at FL Studio).

And yeah I was thinking about extending it a bit, but it was honestly out of laziness/sleepiness that I cut it short lol. But yeah I'm gonna keep working on this. This really REALLY helps, dude. Seriously, thanks for the feedback!!