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Dec 25, 2005 | 9:50 AM EST
File Info
1.7 MB
1 min 50 sec
4.24 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Rated 4.24 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Trance

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Made with new program. Please listen all the way and review. One of my best



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

two words numa numa

this song made an image of a girl on computer singing it and dancing to it just like that guy on numa numa


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ok ok ok... here we go

Ok ok ok... here we go. I sense so much potential in this song... A lot of stuff to work on. Let's get to work- if you want.

Ok, here's the first part. Add a slight reverb on the vocals in the beginning, but take away the delay- which, btw, are awesome!- as this will definitely build up the sound a lot more for the intro.

Second- the beat needs to step up a lot in order to match the power of the vocals in the beginning. I'll be honest here- the lyrics really brought me up- got me charged for an awesome kick or something. Then it never came. You have an awesome rhythm there- it just doesn't fit.

Here's the third part, which is a doozy... MASTERING. GET SOME. The bass could be set up with a reverb with a really fast decay and slight, slight flange- that would broaden it out a lot. The leads seem to overlap a lot- mastering them differently will help separate out the sound for you. For example, the arp'd line- you could eq it so the middle range is emphasized, add a reverb and flange, and have a nice arping line, then throw a chorus and reverb on the top lead, drop out all of the bottom ranges on it on an eq and have a really crisp, powerful lead synth.

However, these are all suggestions. Now I invite you to do the same to me- review my work please! Repay the favor or wreak vengeance, depending on what you think of my review here lol.

Seek ye redemption for the sin of conformity.