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Oct 22, 2005 | 10:13 PM EDT
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781.6 KB
50 sec
2.70 / 5.00

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

Rated 2.70 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

My first attempt at FL. This is a dark song that would be a good intro to a rock album.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


Reading your last couple of reviews for this, it looks like FL is another one of those sample mixers, of which I am not a big fan. I used to use techno-ejay and just focus on rave style tracks using only hypers, but people still accused me of stealing other people's crap... blah blah...
Anyway, pretty nice.
The orch-hit synth is out of place only appearing once. I suggest either scrapping it or making it come back later on.
Also, the GO! was kind of annoying.

I look forward to hearing your reason songs when you get it! If you have any questions, I use 2.5, so I might be able to help you.

Sebby-man responds:

I'm not a fan of FL either, I was just trying it out. I do agree about the stab and go! parts, and I regret using them. By the way, I uploaded my song today because I was too impatient to wait til Tuesday, so check it out now if you want. It beats my other songs by a lot!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good efort

OK, trust me on this one - FL is a great program, but take it from a guy who's been working with it for 3 years now. Forget about the fl samples - they suck, ok? You need to find free samples on the internet (google) or buy a sample CD! You need to make your kick Pumping also work on your mastering. But don't get me wrong - this is a very good song :)!

Sebby-man responds:

Yeah, i know the samples suck but I am not planning on using FL for a long time. I dont know much about FL, so that is why this song isn't mastered that well. I am planning on getting Reason 3.0 in the next couple weeks.

Thanks for the review.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

i like the beat

the beat was good.just add a climax.

Sebby-man responds:

Thanks for the review. By the way, this song was inspired by Bad Religion's "Overture", so I figured that this song would not have a climax, but lead into another song.