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Uploaded
May 14, 2010 | 5:32 AM EDT
File Info
Song
5.5 MB
2 min 25 sec
Score
4.23 / 5.00

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

Score:
Rated 4.23 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
916 Plays | 63 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - House
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Author Comments

Popular chicago house track of mine, but re-mixed and eq'd with some changes, based on reviews. thanks guys.

i appreciate views

Reviews


AnimithAnimith

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Review Request Club

Aha, this will probably seem similar to sixflab as you put the previous version of this in the RRC as well. ;D Anyway:

0:00-Nice gritty intro, moving into a very dark bass line by 0:09. That bass line feels similar from your previous version, but that's a good thing as the bass line worked so well last time, so it's nice to see it still here.
0:23-Got a pretty minimalistic drum beat with the bass kick, but you have some unique percussive sounds with the kind of swishy-cybal sound and the clicks later on, so you have that mix of the familiar and interesting, which again works well.
0:38-Nice variation to the bass line; the bass was quite complex to start with but the way you change it up anyway adds more colour to the track
0:43-Vocal breaks work really well; robot voice seems to fit a fair bit more. Breaks into a nicely mixed new section with a few more light percussion elements as well. The atmosphere in this, like that last one, is pretty spot-on throughout, so kudos for the mixing work.
0:59-Possibly my favourite part is this transition into a kind darker section; with just the synth and drums, it feels very sparse and dark, which is insanely effective.
1:17-The new lead synth adds to the kind of darker more illicit atmosphere, so well chosen there
1:31-Nice transition into the opening synth again; that middle section though really brings the piece out and lets you come back to this section with it sounding new and fresh, which you would have missed out on had you just stuck to the one section.
1:51-I notice how the vox takes on a lower role in this version, and I think it works a lot better for it; it's there enough to seem coherent, but it's not excessive or overdone like it was getting to be in the former version.

Great mix, great levels, marked improvement on the first version...no complaints at all, really. Keep it up.

-Review Request Club


shesmackshard responds:

Thank you very much, excellent review! I appreciate it!


sixflabsixflab

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is sex!

-This sounds awfully familiar to me. I've either reviewed an earlier version of this or the lyrics have been used somewhere else. Seeing as this is the second version of this song i'm hoping it's the first. I'm honestly too lazy to trudge through my reviews to find out though.

-Well this was actually really good. It thouroughly kept me interested. Even though it still seems a bit repetitive it changes pace and has enough breaks in the melody to keep it interesting and would work great in a club. The way you ended it was by far the best part with the reverberating vocal audio. Just was an interesting tid-bit to send it off with.

-Review Request Club


shesmackshard responds:

Didnt steal noffin lol thanks bro!