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Jun 12, 2010 | 7:01 AM EDT
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2.1 MB
2 min 21 sec
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4.30 / 5.00

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original http://www.newgrounds.com /audio/listen/320338
shadow6nothing9 http://shadow6nothing9.ne wgrounds.com/

my remix of his track, comment if you like

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sixflabsixflab

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well

-Seeing as how this is a remix from someone elses work and you were so kind enough to actually give the link to the original version of the song I went ahead and listened to shadow6nothing9's original version before even listening to how you remixed and reworked his song. I was taken aback at how different it sounds despite keeping the basic piano melody in the background. While the melody isn't exactly the same since it was extended/slowed down a bit which was great since you put your own touch on it.

-While everything was really coming to fruition towards the middle of the song I ended up being confused by the use of the guitar at 1:13. It isn't entirely needed since you only use it for a little bit. You could of easily replaced it with some snare hits. The guitar is very low quality and even has a kind of grainy sound to it(not sure if that was needed). It's really quite a contrast in quality compared to the piano and drums since they sounded really good, crisp, and clean. Some mastering on the sound seemed a bit uneven because of that and it's wierd since i've never seen anything like that before.

-The song didn't quite progress as well as it could of either. You had some nice transitions in the build-up at the beginning but 1:13 comes up again as a questionable point in the song. It's a bit grainy sounding and doesn't transition well into the guitar. It breaks a bit and sounds choppy. Besides that one glaring area of the song I think you did a great job with this remix though. Not the most enjoyable song but it's a good listen with many interesting instrument blends.

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StepStep

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Interesting.

...How you managed to grab an emotional piano piece and turn it into a fast-paced DnB song while still making it sound good is beyond me, so awesome job there. While I personally prefer the original version, that's probably just because I would usually enjoy a piano piece more than a DnB song, not because your song is bad. You've definitely improved since the last song of yours which I've reviewed. Nice job, keep it up :).

I can't really say much about the melodies since you didn't make them yourself, but I like that you did something original with the melodies as I said above, since you managed to turn a piano piece into some rather well done drum'n'bass. Good work.

For the instruments, on the contrary, I can say quite a bit... The instrument choice was unique, and I like that. You had a variety of different sounds, and the bass that you used was awesome (especially at 1:13-ish). Hell, I even heard bells in the song. Now, the 2 instruments which I don't think fit really well in this would be the piano and the guitar:

Piano - Among all of those instruments, the piano stood out way too much. In the intro the piano sounded a bit bland and could've been replaced with some sort of plucked synth, and throughout the song the piano did sound a little weird among all the other instruments. Not only that, but you're remixing a piano piece, so I think it'd be more awesome if you add your own touch to the piano melodies by using a different instrument for them.

Guitar - Haha the first thing I thought when I heard it at 1:13 was 'FL SLAYER' lol xD. I don't know if it really is FL Slayer, but it does sound a lot like it. As RealityVictim pointed out, the guitar is quite low-quality it sounds a bit bad in the song. I think that the guitar pretty much ruined the part at 1:13, and in my opinion you could've used a different instrument/synth...

The transitions are awesome. While they're not the smoothest, some sound so epic and great that I didn't really mind hearing some abruptness in the transitions. 0:44 was pretty rough, for example, but then a cool drum roll and effect came in a few seconds after which sounded awesome. Actually, the only transition which truly didn't sit well with me would be the one at 1:12-ish. I think there are a few milliseconds of silence which cut the song a bit abruptly (lol, ultimate nitpicking xP) and the transition is pretty abrupt. Still, all in all the transitions were awesome :D.

The structure keeps to a similar structure as the original, but has a few nice additions. When I remix, I personally completely change the structure of the original song to my own liking, so maybe I'm being a bit biased when I say that I would've liked to see a few more changes in the structure. Variety, however, was brilliant. The intro was perfect as well, but I don't think that ending is too good. Firstly, there was too much silence, which sounds quite odd, and secondly, it ends really suddenly. I expected some sort of ending note or something; heck, I'd even welcome a fade-out, but I think that the ending right now is very weird and abrupt.

The drums were out of this world. I really liked all of the beats you used, and while some where typical DnB beats, they still fit very nicely in the song. The use of a crash cymbal in some new sections of the song could help the transitions a bit more, but other than that, the drums were awesome. Also, did you slice the Amen Break for the drum samples? I really don't know how the Amen Break really sounds, but from experience after reviewing a number of tracks which use the Amen Break, I think the drums sound a lot like the Amen Break :3. Oh well, whatever...

In conclusion, this is a really awesome remix. I personally love remixes where they get a song from one genre and make a totally different genre out of it, since they sound so unique and original. Sure, your remix still needs some work here and there, mostly regarding the instruments, piano/guitar in particular, but overall, I really enjoyed this submission and I hope you keep on improving :3.
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OsasflinkOsasflink

Rated 5 / 5 stars

:O sounds great

At 0:56 is where the cool part begins and then at 1:13 it's an emotional melody and i really like it ^^

Love it , thanks:D



RealityVictimRealityVictim

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Hmm...

This is more like a soft DnB track, and i kinda like that, but I feel like the kick needs to be stronger. I don't like the guitar because it doesn't bring enough quality to the song. I like the way the drums start in the beginning and progress. I feel like it's missing something but I'm not sure what. This needs some work, but overall, good job.

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