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Mar 20, 2012 | 3:26 AM EDT
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7.8 MB
5 min 42 sec
4.58 / 5.00

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Rated 4.58 / 5 stars
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This took approximately 40 hours of work to make over several months, half of it being over this weekend in a mad frenzy to finish the song. This is the first time I've almost hit 70 patterns since Spirit of a Champion 4 years ago. I did a lot of experimentation in the mixing on this song, some by choice, some by necessity because its a very strange song. I think its a sort of ambient DnB slash breakbeat kind of song, so into DnB it goes!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

the reverb was alittle too much for me, it seems like you just set big reverb in the master mix..

i love the song though, great melody and a very groovy beat!~

Blackhole12 responds:

Almost everything had its own reverb, all of which was tweaked carefully.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Think I recognized many elements or even parts from your other songs in this, but that doesnt make me think any less of it, if anything, i liked it more. New top 10 for sure, this is.
I honestly have not found a proper way to express my love of this song :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow no words to describe :) amazing tune buildup esp after 3:00


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sick! Your melodies are more awesome than ever! The great thing is, that this chord progression is used in so many NG classics, and still artists like you know how to use it in a proper, creative and original way!
I love the percussion, and the synths are great, 'cause lately I don't hear much melody/synth centered music, and your song structure is extremely awesome!
As one of many inspirations, and one of the reasons I went electronic, you have my dearest respect!
5/5, big Fav!!

Blackhole12 responds:

The base chord progression has been fairly overused, but I utilized several techniques to change it around. It swaps to a III and to a vi chord after 8 measures, and the overall harmonic velocity is manipulated throughout the song to keep it fresh. Thanks x3


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Haha, the timing. I was mentioning you to a friend of mine saying "This guy is one of my all time favorites though sadly he doesn't make much". I didn't expect to see a new song the very next day!!

Anyway, awesome tracks as usual. As i mentioned you to her, your like a total hybrid at using fl. You use it in a completely different way :)

Blackhole12 responds:

The DAW you choose means nothing. Only your VSTi plugins and samples do.