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Jun 26, 2010 | 12:33 PM EDT
File Info
5.1 MB
5 min 36 sec
3.90 / 5.00

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Rated 3.90 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Drum N Bass

Author Comments

I'm done with my Robot Day Submission!
Now, I can rest :D

not really
I plan to make another one :0

p.s. took me a while to generate that laugh SFX near the end lol



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

epically underappreciated

Its kinda breakcorey and dancey, great effects+transitions too, the hihats are quite annoying though, just sounds like tictictictictictictic. The start also is a lil bit start although the fx are cool. I also recomment that you layer the snare with another one


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wow, epically long lol...but fair play

I really appreciate how transitional this song has become. While it's not so different from the first version you submitted in its core, the extension is nice. It's a very artistic piece, which I appreciate, and, as I said before, this is far darker and more minor than anything I've heard you produce. It's overall a great piece. There are a few things though that are of consequence though. First off, as I said before, this isn't really what I'd call a DnB tune; it's really more on the order of techno or general dance. But aside from that minor issue, the kick is played WAY too much; it was to the point that it detracted from the melody and song overall at points. I would have just had a steady, easy drumline that was mastered well and allowed the listener to appreciate all the really cool background noise that you had going on. The drums also could have used a little bit of room reverb overall, as they sounded like they were in too small of a space.And as I've said before in some of your other songs, the synths that you use are dry and could be mastered and EQed in a manner that would allow them to REALLY pop where you wanted them to in the mix (for example, you want your synths to come out more in the presence and treble regions of the mix, and your basses, obviously, in the low-, mid-, and upper-bass regions). And, finally, I still think you could have encompassed the whole robot theme a little better (but this is aside from the actual quality of the audio, solely on the song's intent). However, overall this song is quite nice. You just have this brilliant idea of transition and theme, and I really love that. Keep up the good work, and PM me if you've got any questions! I'm learning new stuff every day, so if you have a question about how I made something, let me know! =)


P.S. Nice addition with that laugh. I liked that, it fit well where it was. =)

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