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Nov 11, 2011 | 11:41 PM EST
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8.3 MB
3 min 37 sec
Score
4.47 / 5.00

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Rated 4.47 / 5 stars
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1,389 Plays | 78 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
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Author Comments

Ableton sort of messed up the exporting of this song, so it's sort of quiet.

Enjoy.

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DreamEaterDreamEater

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Sick! Reminds me of Feed Me!

I really loved how much effort you put into the drop on this one bro seriously awesome stuff! The orginization of this song SCREAMS John Gooch, and I'm seriously impressed broski!

Things to take a second look at:
- As much as I love the orginization of this track, the sample quality is so-so; I would love to hear this re-done with some serisouly beast-ass instruments
- this drop has a striking resemblance to Blood Red by Feed Me, Coincidence?
- The drums could use some much moreee dude! I would really love to hear you beef these samples up as well

Seriously great composition!
~Sonik

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BulimicLemur responds:

Yes, John Gooch is my idol eh. Definitely my favourite producer and biggest influence.

I agree, after it was finished I noticed the drum sounds didn't seem too punchy but I'm not sure how to achieve that really. I did what I usually do- just layer one or two kicks or snares then EQ them so one's the highs and one's the lows. What would you suggest doing with the drums to make it sound more "beefy"? Since making this I got told to keep my instruments a way lower volume up til mastering, so that would've helped to get the volumes right- which might have made the drums seem more punchy, but except for that I'm sort of clueless about any surefire way of getting "BEEF".

Also maybe mastering might've made the drums -and the rest of the track- seem a bit more punchy? I'm not sure about any way of properly mastering songs though. My mastering has basically just been some subtle multiband compression and EQ, and making sure the volume's as loud as it can be, but once again, I don't really know what I'm doing haha.

Thanks for the review anyway man. I listened to, reviewed, and downloaded your DeadMau5 style song- AWESOME.

PM me if you want to respond to the questions I asked you.
Cheeeeers, awesome review.
BL


NekoMikaNekoMika

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great dubstep

This is a pretty great piece of work and I enjoy the slow start having a video game atmospheric feel to it and you very slowly and gradually feel the kick coming on as it slowly switches to light wubs and gets better and better. This song was pretty cool though and gave a feel of being in a boss battle too.

The synth has a very light and cheery feel to it as if letting you know there is a light at the end and all you have to do is beat the boss to reach it. The dub is pretty great here and has a great tempo along with it making it feel awesome. The drums are cool and I love the radio like filter they get from time to time too.

Overall ,awesome dubstep piece. This song is just amazing.

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BulimicLemur responds:

Cheers man, thanks for the review. Flattering. :P

I NEED TO MAKE ANOTHER SONG LIKE THIS ONE!! :P


PhobotechPhobotech

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Finest Dubstep I've heard on the Audio Portal.

The whole song is really fucking cool. It started reeling me into thinking this is going to be exactly like every video game song on the Audio Portal. The slow beat at 0:48 discarded that fear immediately as I started to get into it. But when the DUBSTEP kicked in at 1:02, I had to crank it up for full effect.

What I love about it, is it isn't your typical BWA-WUB WUB WRIGGLY that you hear in every dubstep song. This shit sounds FRESH and creative. More importantly, it sounds DAMN good. The song came around for a second helping of 2:18 and I had already decided I'm faving the song.

The complex little tanget at 2:53 was like the icing and cherry atop the cake for me. Easily my favorite part, and I'm glad you kept it for last. We need more talented demonstrations of talent and depth like that in dubstep, I think. But all in all, I just straight up love this song...changed the game for me in what I've heard in dubstep so far. Five and faved...can't wait to identify this in a flash game or movie.

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BulimicLemur responds:

Wow, flattering. Hahaha, glad you liked it. Yeah I get tired of typical dubstep sounds, some people are honestly happy making that BWA-WUB WUB WRIGGLY all the time, but it's already been done about 8742987 times over and uploaded onto the audio portal with the crappy video-game sounds and the bass turned up too loud and everything just sounds shit and urggh . . .

Anyway, have a listen to blood red by feed me, that's the sort of style I'm going for, and it's like what you describe- have a listen broo. Anyway, good to hear some appreciation. Cheers man!!
BL


JacobJacob

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad!

This certainly shows some potential from you. My main recommendations are that you bring out melodies, and turn down the kick. Plus, there needs to be a little extra something to pull in the listener. Maybe a heavier wobble with some layers, or something of the sort. Either way, you definitely need to turn up the melody.

As for the kick... I actually think you may want a new kick altogether. The one you're using is very, very damp, almost to the point of hurting my ears. If you have any of the Vengeance packs, I'd recommend looking around for a kick with more of a punch - and less of a pierce.

Anywho, this really does have potential - and so do you. A lot of the production aspect was very professional. The only major flaw is, again, the velocity distribution. Just fix all of that, and you'll have a great breakbeat dubstep piece.

Good luck!

-Himynameisjacob


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BulimicLemur responds:

Cheers man, one of the most helpful reviews I've got.