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Electrohunter {Dj-Abbic}

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Jul 1, 2010 | 9:39 PM EDT
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5.9 MB
2 min 34 sec
4.24 / 5.00

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Rated 4.24 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Hey NG. This time I have tried to implement a more 'professional' feel to this song. I have taken a loooong time to tweak the instruments to how I want them to sound. I also took some time to listen to some minimal house to have an idea of how this should sound like. Actually I have drifted off course, this was supposed to be minimal house, now it's electro house but meh, almost the same thing :|






Rated 4 / 5 stars

Neat buzz

Well, it does feel quite professional, but I haven't compared it to any of your earlier work.

The beginning really works out. Introducing the listener to the sounds of the track, by kinda putting them on display.

The sounds used for the melody were great, had a neat buzz to them that tickles my ear drums.

You introduce some pretty generic drum rhythms when the song actually start, and as far as I can tell, these don't really change much, except for the addition of a clash now and then and another rhythm on top. The thudding bass drum really wears on the song after a minute or so.

The short period where only the melody with the buzzing sound can be heard is also pretty cool, but it's a let-down when we're reintroduced to the exact same rhythms and drum samples you just used.

Try to be more varied, rhythm-wise. Would really help on the quality of the song. Same goes for melody, it doesn't really change up a lot.

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DjAbbic responds:

Thanks for all the feedback, I know drums and stuff were pretty repetitive, but that's just me. I've listened to some electro and I now know that this attempt at proffesionalism has been in vain. I can hear all sorts of variation in most professional songs. However, the drums never change, so I guess I'm alright for now. Thanks for the review though :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars


This song attempts to have that "professional" sound by making it sound very slippery and smooth. It feels like rubstone that's not on the coffee but still has that sharp spike of the java in the glass essence of walls of crystal.

Yeah. That's what I "got" out of this song. Very smooth. Like glass. Nice atmospheric effects. Yes. I like those. Anyway, I feel like saying that you might want some more melody in there or at least more variety. The same drums with the same bass for most of the song really wear a little and degrade the sort of "professional" feel. The bass is nice. I like this one.

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DjAbbic responds:

Thanks Stargenx, I always like how you always have something to criticise, it makes me improve more and more :) Also, I'm glad you like this one. It's a real honour for me having you say those words :P


Rated 5 / 5 stars


luv the heavy bass

DjAbbic responds:

Thanks man, glad you like it.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Definatly liked it, Ide love for you to make some more similar to this. I loove me some house/ and trance.
The only thing I can say to do different is add in some more sounds, in the dead center make a huuge build up to an insane melody. Just blow some minds with it. Other than that definatly good.

Would also really like it if you checked out mine and my friends collab n/340379 Its our first one together and want some feedback if we should do more.
Votin a 4/5 with a 3.5 voting power

DjAbbic responds:

Thanks :) Glad you liked it. About a melody, I made this because I was inspired by some minimal, and minimal doesn't have melodies, so I didn't make a melody here. Thanks for the review though. :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Yay house! I definitely think you did well on your professional feel. I think it sounds well produced and mastered. I need to spend more time focusing on my instrumentation I think... If you get the chance please check out my latest submission! n/344745
(Delete the space they force :\)

DjAbbic responds:

Heh, thanks for the review. I'm glad you could hear the professional sounding in this. I will check out your piece right now :P