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Jan 7, 2011 | 9:34 PM EST
File Info
3.8 MB
1 min 41 sec
1.13 / 5.00

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Rated 1.13 / 5 stars
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i made this took a while on this one, and FINALLY finished it at 2 AM



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


I kinda like the bassline
drop would sound better if it started in higher notes
maybe use a "ting" sound in there and make a little melody or something to fill in the song better


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I agree with GourmetKnife

A bit more higher frequencies would make this song loads better. Other than that. Its good ^^


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Rather bad. Needs more melody.

Protip: Songs usually have some sort of balance between the high frequencies, middle frequencies and lower frequencies. Now, you can have the worlds most badass bassline (the lower frequencies), but your song is still going to suck without a proper melody or chord progression (the middle and the high frequencies.)

Now, each of those parts is supposed to complement the others in a harmonious way, meaning they should all follow the same scale and/or chords.

On top of that, the song must have some kind of proper rhythm, to keep the song consistent throughout its course. This is where the drums come in.

Now, where does your song fit in all of this?

Well, your bassline is fine, but without a melody, or chord progression, it doesn't work out too well.

Not only that, but its so loud, it drowns out the drums you have,(But thats more of a mastering problem.)

Running your song through a Spectrogram as you make it, and making sure it gets filled out fully is a decent way to make sure it gets filled out. (If you're using FL studio, you should try out wave candy)

TL;DR, there is no TL;DR.

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Rated 1 / 5 stars


But still somewhat good.

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DJdoubleslap responds:

I'm pretty sure that the response rules asked for CONSTRUCTIVE criticism.