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Uploaded
Aug 11, 2010 | 11:46 PM EDT
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Song
5.3 MB
4 min 39 sec
Score
4.28 / 5.00

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Rated 4.28 / 5 stars
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2,300 Plays | 129 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - House
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Author Comments

Hey! its been soo long since i post a song on NG. Well most of you all know that Some NG memebers are dumb and stupid to zero bomb some nice tunes, so tahts the reason why i quit posting here on went to youtube. But now i would like to share my very special Original Mix over here Hope you guys enjoy!

Cheers!!

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Reviews


Chicolatino85Chicolatino85

Rated 5 / 5 stars

great

you could add some lyrics to it, it would be awesome. i agree with your review people want noobish stuff. i am not the best to talk cause compared to you i am a noob in this, but still .



PrEmoEffectPrEmoEffect

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's sad

that people can't appreciate this great song. Maybe I came a little too late? Anyways, I'm putting you on my 5ing list, so hopefully you can get to front page.
The bass is amazing. You make good use of the 5th semitone, but you exceeded my expectations by giving it a little vibrato. What synth are you using for it because its just perfect.
In the beginning, it could use some other percs, or some other additions to the bass (have you heard Dinka - Chemistry?) if not, I would definitly do so. However, in the mix, it was flawless.
If you recorded the vocal sample yourself, then cheers; it was spectacular. One nice thing to try out would be to do some gating, or just some coordinated vocal chop in the beginning, then to introduce the full vocal during the breakdown.
The pluck was great. I'd love to know how you made it. I can see its parallel in Ben Preston's work.

I think the chord progression was quite decent. I did somewhat capture the ideas you tried to incorporate into "free fall." But to really sway your listeners, you should to a total breakdown. Since "free fall" would be something that's maybe not so great when you first start it out, if you know what I mean.

Decent stuff, don't let the bombers bog you down. (Though, if you want this song to do well, I wouldn't curse Newgrounds and all of its audiences.)

Anyways nice work, looking forwards to seeing more of your stuff. Maybe a collab is possible in the near future? Idk, could be interesting. PM me if you are interested.


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freshpancakesfreshpancakes

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Retro.

I like it, pretty cool.



NikolaosTheDarkNikolaosTheDark

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very interesting.

A hybrid of the older-school house that I love with a passion and some properties of contemporary progressive that you might find on Matt Darey's podcast. A definite club-banger.

+1 to my setlist.


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liberatingpulseliberatingpulse

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Fantastic!

Very clean and full. You did a great job defining each instrument's place in the mix and at the same time (perhaps because of this) the entire song keeps from becoming muddy. The only thing that I thought should be changed was the ending (here's a hint: I like to hear a resolve at the end, but that's just me). I wish newgrounds had more of this rather than "hey look, I can pirate music software and make a terrible noise that I like to think is music." Keep up the good work!


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