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Jul 30, 2011 | 1:29 PM EDT
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Song
4.3 MB
4 min 41 sec
Score
4.25 / 5.00

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Rated 4.25 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
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Author Comments

Originally a collab with Spwee (ScratchMyBalls). Turned out like this...

Rough plan of finished product. Needs more SFX to make the transitions smoother. If there's anything else you notice that needs fixing, please leave some feedback.

Thanks.

*WAIT FOR THE DROP*

1:30ish, should probably make a shorter intro...

Reviews


Reali-tGlitchReali-tGlitch

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Well, very slow start.

And the bass is lacking for the most part throughout most of this piece. You are definitely getting the hang of how the drop should be, but now you need bring the bass to a more central role alongside the synths. I can definitely see you're improving, which is good :)


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TuRdz responds:

Thanks man! :D


icecoldfattiesicecoldfatties

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Pretty good

Yeah its pretty cool... but there are a lot of things that could be easily improved. First off, the drums. They are not full enough to give the song a good swing and flow. Your snare is too bland, you should add some reverb and spread as well as maybe another layer. The kick is not punchy enough but you can easily fix that. Add some hats across the bars and play with the velocity to create ramps that add a lot to the music.

Right now I'm using some sub par speakers so I can't really detect any sub bass so I'm not sure if you used any, but if you didn't, layering your wobble and creating drop-outs is a great way to make things sound a lot "bigger".

The idea is here, though, and with some refinement you could have a real winner here. Also the intro is way too long, make it less than 48 bars. 32 is the standard for an intro, but seriously, fuck the standards.

Cheers, and check out my stuff


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TuRdz responds:

Thanks for the helpful feedback! :)


Plaz95Plaz95

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Different..

but im open to different.. and i like this alot ;D


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TuRdz responds:

Thanks man!


decoyultimatumdecoyultimatum

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

well

i think the dubstep overpowers the harmony for the most part but i do enjoy how loud it it just make the harmony stand out more because when the heavy dubstep comes in at 3:25 its like there isnt a harmony at al which makes it sound a little bland and dry but for concept i think its amazing very well thought out i specifically enjoy how the beginning build works it has that "epic" feel i expect to get when i listen to dubstep music


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TuRdz responds:

Oh shit! My reply didn't save itself :$ That's embarrassing...Anyway, thanks for the review decoy. I did think the lead was a bit quiet :D I'll be sure to fix it up.

Oh and the epic build was ALL Spwee. hahaha, all I did was attempt to mix it down, add the wobbles, and make the song drag on for 3 more minutes.

I know what you mean by that 'epic' build up thingo. Doctor P & Flux Pavillion made the best one of all time in their remix of Louder by DJ Fresh. Get's my panties wet every time...That's normal right?

anywhore, thanks for the review man!


ScratchmyballsScratchmyballs

Rated 5 / 5 stars

akgnadg

Nice one matey!

Really liking what you did with it, the drop is still too tender for me, but it's just a great fun sound in general.


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TuRdz responds:

Haha, thanks. i'm not sure exactly HOW to make it bigger... :S I'll try to find a way lol