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Nov 5, 2010 | 10:20 AM EDT
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7.5 MB
4 min 6 sec
Score
4.34 / 5.00

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Rated 4.34 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Techno
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Author Comments

Just because your mom was an alcoholic and your daddy had sex with you does NOT give you an excuse to zero-bomb this song.

So I couldn't decide if I wanted to make a hardstyle song, or a DnB song. So I tried to make both and got neither. Tell me what you think

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TreeDonkeyTreeDonkey

Rated 2 / 5 stars

You're other song was better..

I guess, it kind of sounds like video game music(not that i'd know much about video game music). Doesn't sound much like a hardstyle song though because you picked C major again then stuck on mainly major notes. I don't know if that was the feel you were going for but if it was I can't criticise for it. I really don't know much about DnB but I know the beat you used was a pretty common beat in the genre so that was alright.

The little breakdown thing you got going at ~3:00 was alittle empty compared to the rest of your song, maybe you could of added a sustained reverb on one of your previous sounds to carry on to fill in the empty space. Maybe even a quite pad to go in there instead to compliment it.

The main melody isn't too bad, but after awhile it does get alittle bit annoying, I think it would be good with a counter-melody.

2 kicks, 1 snare and 1 hi-hat sample? could have made that alittle more interesting, although some songs do use very minimal samples sometimes so you don't lose points for that.

Only 2 bass lines. Which also isn't a bad thing, BUT your bass lines were BORING and generic, plain and simple. I didn't hear a single variation in your basslines so that was pretty disappointing. One thing I do know about DnB is that they commonly have elaborate bass lines.

No variation in dynamics. Start was loud, middle was loud and the end was loud. Everything seemed to be loud. all the time. And if it wasn't loud it was either silent or extremely quite. Because of this you're song didnt build or get very exciting towards the end, it just got more boring.

3:56, that was sounding like one awesome pitch increase but then you put it at the wrong pitch! You should have put it up in intervals of 6 tones higher or another note that would compliment it(example: a note that makes up a chord with it).

All in all it sounds a bit rushed and not much thought put into it. I liked you're other song better than this because it sounded more thought out and more interesting. Straight away when I listened to this I got the vibe that it was just a bunch of nexus sample with some knobs being tweaked and automated.


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SuperMechaCow responds:

Like I said, I wanted hardstyle or DnB and got neither.

Definitely not C Major, though.

And the pitch increase goes up exactly one octave. I don't know why it sounds so weird. Maybe the knob was like 0.001% off. Of course when you have a knob the size of an eraser that goes four octaves in either direction it's hard to be exact, lol.

I do agree with you about the drums and the end of the buildup. I've spiced up the drums since, but I can't get the part at 3:00 to sound right no matter what I do. I think I'm gonna give up and just insert sound clips of elephants having sex there.

Ironically, this song had a lot more complex behind-the-scene stuff and more thought put into it.


rawrGengarrawrGengar

Rated 5 / 5 stars

bitchin'

I dont know why, but this song kicks serious ass. It might just be because its different then most things i've heard, but whatever, its great.


SuperMechaCow responds:

Lol, thanks for your review. I normally get "it sounds like video game music" from people, so when I post it on newgrounds which is probably the first place anyone would go to find video game music and get "it sounds different than the stuff I normally hear" it's an interesting feeling, :P.

Thanks again.