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Aug 12, 2010 | 12:39 AM EDT
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6.7 MB
3 min 40 sec
3.86 / 5.00

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Rated 3.86 / 5 stars
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try enjoying this xD

feedback appreciated!.. especially on the mastering. I really need tips on how to master.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

sounds good

10 points for really good sounds when it gets peaceful then active! i like it that way.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Very nice

A very simple, cool song that is fun to listen too! Not the best I've ever heard but pretty good.
The main thing I didn't like was that the main synth was kind of overused.
The name was also a great choice. This song has the sharpness of a cactus and the splash of rain.
Nice work Pure. :)


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Improve, Improve, Improve.

I'm doing a full review for this, so I apologize if I sound a bit harsh.

It's good and all , but you do meed to make sure the style you're doing is your own. It sounds like what you're going for is Waterflame and I think you should be trying to listen to a few different artists and see what combination you can come up with, because this is almost too similar to the artist mentioned above.

Work on mastering. Mastering is a very good ability to work on, because it allows for clearer sounding songs. I suggest buying a few different pairs of headphones to test each song out with so you can know what sounds good and clear on each one.

If you don't have a keyboard, I suggest you find a small, portable one that will plug into the computer you have. It helps when making songs.

Get out of straight on midi sounds and modify them so it doesn't have as much twang or sound as unnatural. The claps get on my nerves a bit, so try adding them to the beginning of the tracks and very them. I suggest listening to Camo and Krooked's Mindset soundtrack to understand what I'm talking about. They are trying to do a few things less predictable to add more variation into their track.

What I mean is that I can tell when you are about to add your next part into the song, and by extending everything a bit more and adding different tempos to the song, you may find that it is a bit more enjoyable to listen to.

There are a lot of sounds used in a ton of different NG submissions, so I have a feeling you are using preset sounds and maybe adding a bit of reverb here and there. If you don't know what things like LFO or or wet/dry is, I suggest you look them up, because it does help to know these terms to be able to know for sure what they do so you are able to synthesize sounds to your heart's content.

As mentioned by Se7eN, make sure you build up suspense or something that will make people keep listening. This skill is highly needed for music artists everywhere, so I suggest you get used to it.

Overall, this without a doubt needs work. A ton of it. However, you have a load of potential in making music so improve your instruments, improve your gear, improve your style, and improve what you know. Just keep on practicing with music making by spending a small bit of your time each day finding ways to better your music in some way. 3/5. 5/10.

You're halfway there!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Awesome song!

I really liked this! The first piano kinda hurt my ears. Try not to use such high notes. Can FL8 and FL9 Collab? Cuz I got this song I'm working on but I have no idea how to continue it. Can you help me? And how long does it take for a first submission to be "Approved"?


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Pretty Average, but enjoyable!

Pretty good, Pure! I enjoyed the intro, when your part at :40 came in it threw me off. When you switch parts of songs make the transition build up more! Some parts didn't fit very well. Could had used more bass imo. Pretty good though ^^Post more stuff!

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