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Aug 6, 2011 | 4:21 PM EDT
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7.6 MB
3 min 20 sec
4.46 / 5.00

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Well i had a really hard time with this one, I spent like 12 hours recording, composing and 8 hours mastering. Speaking of mastering , i tried a different method than i used too but please if you notice some anomalies on this track please pm me or put me a comment down below.

This was made in Fl Studio and the vocals were made by me too. There's a longer version of this track but if everything goes well, i will put it on my upcoming EP to be expected to finished on December. This is why the songs end abruptly , this is just a PREVIEW guys.

The reason i called this monster was because the vocals slowly start to distort, kinda like if it was a man transforming into some evil being.

This could be my submission for the NGADM Round 1 , i just want to see if people likes the mastering or not.

Lyrics :

This is the end of all the places
I lost control of all my senses
Do you think you can escape me?
Do you think you that I'm now crazy?
Do you think you can escape MEH MEMEMEMEMEMEMEMEME
MONSTER!!! ( I actually made that scream myself lol)

Thanks for listening





Rated 5 / 5 stars

Team iLuminate

I can see Team iLuminate from American Got Talent dancing to this. The story of the dance would be awesome too. Someone fell in a dark place. Then, a monster slowly glow up behind the person. Lyrics kicked in. The person try to escape. Dubstep, light show! You should submit it to them. :-D Awesome work by the way.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

so awesome

it so airy not like all the other Dudstep this is now my fav Dudstep :D


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Would have been perfect,

But, I heard far to many samples from other songs. Not saying you stole anything as much as the requiem for a dream part that kicks in around 2:45.

Is this your song for the NGADM? Just be careful because absolutely no sampling should be aloud.

It is a good song though. It is.

Acid-Paradox responds:

Samples?? Stolen?? lol wut?

Music has only 12 notes in a chromatic scale , i can guarantee you that there's like 20 tracks (or more) with the same pattern as requiem for a dream. It's like the Axis of awesome (aka C G Am F). In fact requiem for a dream's harp it's in another key.

There's a huge difference between sampling (that is , taking the original copyrighted song and put it on my track) and playing notes that sound similar to other track.

Besides from that i don't see what other songs i may be stealing man.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Dude your vocals are absolutely spectacular! Also it was an awesome way to build your drop, and it doesn't seem too repetitive (that solo synth with the beginning pattern helps out alot). The bass was also spectacular, so deep and heavy it fits great after your monster scream (which literally can give chills).

So yeah keep making music, because you're awesome.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Simplistic; a little dull

Here are my thoughts on the track.

First off, it's dull. Thematically speaking, it goes nowhere. There's very little in the way of decent composition, which I suppose is about standard for D.N.B and dubstep.

The song is dull and shambles along, not really developing and failing to keep my interest. Not really fitting with the lyrics, or the title of the song.

I'm not a fan of dubstep (as is probably evident from this review), but isn't it supposed to be a fast, upbeat genre with heavy emphasis on having a good groove?

The mixing is alright, it's a little bass-heavy, and it sounds like its panned a little to one side, which is off-putting (most pop tracks have center-panned bass). Next to the bass, the drums by comparison sound weak.

The supporting melody also sounds like it was 'borrowed' from Clint Mansell's "Lux Aeterna".

Overall, it's not the worst dubstep track I've ever heard. But I can't give it any more than a 7/10 because of the lack of complexity and thematic development required by other genres, and the reasonably simplistic mixing techniques employed.