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Dec 13, 2010 | 11:10 PM EST
File Info
4.2 MB
3 min 4 sec
4.40 / 5.00

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Rated 4.40 / 5 stars
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1,576 Plays | 128 Downloads
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Author Comments

I never felt Beauty was quite right. So i reassembled it. It's better this way. It feels more... beautiful i guess. Enjoy.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Whats the awesome orchestra song

What is the sample from? I really like the tune.

DJDureagon responds:

Tema di Jane - Luis Enriquez. Peep the sound, a magnificent piece of music.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

gave it a 5 but...

I'm not too crazy about the sample. Your style is good, but I just can't really get over the sample. I also don't like how it cuts off at the end. Definitely not your best track. Sorry to be the guy to knock the ratio xD

DJDureagon responds:

I have a love hate relationship with this song. When i heard the sample i about wet myself. Then after working with it i came to the conclusion that the song i wanted to make in the first place could never be made. To this day I am not happy with it. The main "hook" of the song isnt present in the demo version. The way the song ended up is everyhting before the main portion is build up. I kinda wanted to make a song with that ahhhhh moment after "dealing" with a kind of pseudo intro. In the end its fundamentally flawed because in the greatness of the build up the song also sabotages itself. This peice will remain a puzzle i cant crack. What am I talking about? LOL.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


And have a drop before the actual beat comes in, it would be a great place for a vocal sample on beauty. I was ever so taken off when the beat came in that I had to say something b/c everything else about this beat is BUTTER! Also maybe some variation on the drums when the music builds. But other then those two things this is an easy 5/5. Keep dropping the head boppers!

DJDureagon responds:

at what point is the "main beat" ? Thanks for the review.