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Spirit Wolf - Daydream (Remix)

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Hey guys!

Been busy with things such as college but that's all done and over now. Now I'm making music again and I'm buckling down to it. You'll be hearing more songs from me in the future. Here's what I've finished up just now.

Genre: UK Hardcore
Original Artist: Spirit Wolf
Original Song: http://soundcloud.com/spi rit-wolf/spirit-wolf-dayd ream

Remix pack supplied by the artist for anyone who wants to do a remix of it too. :)

Thanks guys, hope you like it.

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Sounds good, though it needs some work

First of all, LOVED that little drum bit near the intro, sounded sweet :D

Piano was well done, very soothing :)

Good progression, simple, but well done.

The drums could be a bit more powerful, just so they would stand out more, this IS Hardcore after all :P

The Euro lead could be turned down a bit, or even sidechained...yeah that would sound badass!

Over all, good track bro, but it needs a bit more attention.

4/5 8/10


steven-mcl responds:

Fair enough, thanks man, I'll see what I can do to figure out some other things on my next song. Thanks for the review.


Not too shabby

This piece was actually done pretty well, and I really enjoyed many elements of your composition style :] The patterns/ Melodies were all very nice, and I liked the way everything sounded for the most part...

I don't think this piece is bad at all composition-wise, but I do think that this could use some more powerful mastering/ more driving drum samples.

This song has a very retro-techno feel to it, but with that comes the retro-mastering feel as well ( I think these mastering techniques/ samples could be re-invented)

Overall not a bad submission, but I do think this could use some work

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steven-mcl responds:

Fair enough, another experiment to try and get myself to produce something better. Thanks for your review, I'll see what I can do about getting more advanced with my creativity. :)

Well, first impression of UK Hardcore here...

And, well, it's certainly...electronic music. But the middle chunk was too irritating to enjoy. 1:14 - 2:17 was annoying as hell...that's over a minute of shrill computer shrieking. Everything else was fine except for that stuff. Gotta love passion enough in the genre to like a particular song enough to remix, but why not try something more complex in the future?

Something that's not assaulting with a repetitive high frequency that's the digital equivalent of Snarf from the Thundercats? Try again, sir, but I particularly didn't like this for the high pitched shrillness...the part after it, 2:18 and on, isn't bad, but it isn't particularly awesome either...are we supposed to dance to this, or shoot My Little Pony's out of the sky? It's a little too soft, in my opinion, and repeats itself for too long, with little changing up.

Go for complexity next time, sir! Now that school is behind you, you'll have the opportunity to buckle down and stomp something spectacular out.

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steven-mcl responds:

Thanks for your review.

As far as complexity goes, certain people like it, certain people don't, and if something becomes too complex, then it sounds like too many things are going on in the song and overwhelms the listener. I'm a person of simplicity but subtle complexity. In general I don't want to make a really complex and "artistic" song more I'd rather make something that people enjoy to listen to and gets them to dance. UK Hardcore has higherpitched synths like the typical Eurotrance which I like. Though you seem to be one who's into more calm and "mature" kinda music tastes when it comes to electronic music and I'm cool with that. Thanks for your review though, I'm going to take that into consideration when creating my next song. Should be out some time this weekend, hopefully.

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Nov 6, 2011
7:09 PM EST
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6.3 MB
3 min 26 sec

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