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Uploaded
May 29, 2010 | 9:49 PM EDT
File Info
Song
3.9 MB
4 min 15 sec
Score
4.15 / 5.00

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Rated 4.15 / 5 stars
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5,163 Plays | 327 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
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Author Comments

Trying to add the perfect amount of ambience until the breakdown with this track. This entire track actually sounded quite empty for a long time, and that's probably the main reason why I had a little trouble finishing it. I also ended up playing with the tone of the bass synth in this song (by changing the waveform, making it an entirely different sounding synth). I got a pleasing result to me, with lots of cool sounding bass tones :)

I hope you all enjoy!

Reviews


GodlessHereticGodlessHeretic

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Starts off a little empty, but funks the fuck up.

Not that it was bad, but the ambience at the beginning seemed a bit dry. However, it did help with transititioning towards the song later. Almost like a sucker punch of funk comming out of the fog. Right around 1:30 is where i started digging the shit out of this tune. I could see myself driving around town with this tune playing. Without a doubt.

5/5, +.0034

I'm so bad at this....



EchozAuroraEchozAurora

Rated 5 / 5 stars

As always, awesome. =)

And yeah... lol @ that Fissile guy. He just needs to stop clicking on anything labeled "dubstep" or techish. This is like the fourth dubstep track I've seen with a bad review from him.

Anywho, back to the review. Love the build in the beginning, the ambience really gives the track a lot of space. I've not tried mixing it into anything yet, but I'm curious how well it'll work. I imagine the atmospheric elements will make it blend pretty well.

And I love how regardless of the genre, you bring your unique, organic... goa-esque flavor to it. Great work.


PERVOK responds:

I tried to make it so the beginning of the track doesn't have any bass until the drums kick in. Hopefully that should make it pretty easy to meld another track into it; if you ever do that you've definitely gotta show me :)

Thanks for another review, mister fellow!


ESJ2692ESJ2692

Rated 5 / 5 stars

mmm

I think this is pretty awesome, well worth listening to and all. Well done on putting everything together, it's a pretty sweet jam.

btw, if anyone else notices, Fissile is trollin pretty hard, commenting on every Dubstep song that it isn't music haha. I think this is pretty beast man, keep up the good work.



redt777redt777

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very enjoyable

The changing background beats kept the song from getting repetitious. I loved how you shifted from the high tone melody to the base melody and then combined them.



FissileFissile

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

let down...

I got really excited at the beginning, then it sounds like you have some good background melodies going on, but lack a main theme to the track... Then at about the one minute mark it becomes "music" I consider intolerable.


PERVOK responds:

Closed minded individual.