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Feb 5, 2011 | 8:04 PM EST
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6.9 MB
5 min 3 sec
4.44 / 5.00

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Rated 4.44 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Trance + House

Used morphing melodies to create a (hopefully) interesting 3 minute buildup.

New technique: reverse reverb on the piano (during climax).

Be sure to check it out on youtube. (remove the space) tch?v=caTa3RSD0DU




Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is wonderful music! It tells a brilliant story.

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PrEmoEffect responds:

You're so great. I still can't believe that you made an account just to review this. Thinking of you as always.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh wow!

This is really nice, very well done! It's got a lot to it, so let's get started...

1. It's completely progressive. I love this about trance songs and house songs nowadays, they've got to be very progressive, always changing so that it is completely interesting for the length of the song.

2. Synths and leads and such. Nicely done. Very filling but not overpowering. It all fits together, nothing clashes, the melodies roll off of one another. Excellent here. The arps are well done, the way you've written them does not sound awkward at all.

3. Bass. Not very noticeable, but that works well for this song. It doesn't need a whole lot of bass. The way it is works well, as I think too much bass would make the song too.... rude, i guess.

4. FX. Nice work here. These take quite a bit of time and effort to perfect and to make them fit into the song, so you did well here!

5. Percussion. Not to heavy, and I think that if it were heavier than it is now, the song would be ruined. Adding too much more would be very counter productive.

There you have it! 5 good points for this song. You did a wonderful job, really!

4.83 / 5.00 (+ 0.038)

There you have it sir. You can choose anything of mine, if you wouldn't mind. I'm open for criticism on anything.


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PrEmoEffect responds:

Sorry for not getting back to you sooner. I really appreciate the review. You've pointed out much of what I was unsure about, so it's helped me know what people like and dislike. Next time, I will try to get a heavier bass in. In this song, I tried to make the bass, lead, and higher lead mesh together, but I didn't add enough dynamics to the lower end of the bass synth to make it more prominent. I've been working a lot with patches that combine multiple synths to get richer sounds, so should be able to correct that for the future.

I also don't do too much with the percussion, even though I probably should. the percussion is really hard for me simply because I crave the melodic aspects of songs.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

holy crap...

you're a genius. I love the bass so much and how it meshes with the lead sounds. That's not to mention how amazing the melodies are. The piano is so nice. This song makes me really sad, but in a good way.


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PrEmoEffect responds:

Yeah, this project took a lot more work than my other ones. Creating the right sounds took a lot of time. Still, i'm not sure if all of them fit in well. But I'm glad that you liked it.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Love songs that build up

I do. This is a nice song, but I'm sick to death of hearing a plain old 4/4 kick drum in stuff like trance and house. I mean, I know it's the style of music, but seriously, there could be some variation once in a while.

The melodies and chosen instruments are fantastic. To me, the feel of the song is retrospective.

The mixing is done professionally. This is some quality work right here. Nice, man!

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PrEmoEffect responds:

If you dislike the drum patterns, then try dnb or dubstep. They share some similarities with trance and house, but differ in the beats significantly. And yeah, about the feel of the song: you're dead on.