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Shattered (Euro-Dance)

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Jan 24, 2013 | 6:25 PM EST
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2.9 MB
1 min 17 sec
4.41 / 5.00

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Rated 4.41 / 5 stars
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More euro-dance, this was more of an basshunterish experiment. Have to give credits to TastyTeo for his YouTube video which gave me the bassline. tch?v=q7Gkl4SjcTE



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really glad you used my video to learn that bassline. Pretty awesome work!!

Omegeist responds:

That bassline has helped me in many more songs than this. It's so simple yet so important. Thanks again!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well this is an ackward contrast to the review before me. I think the song feels a bit empty. I know not all songs need reverb as demonstrated by the professional electro house muscians...but they have very powerful and well made instruments. Your instruments sound rather poor quality. Panning effects only go so far. Drums are not powerful either. The clap is rather dull and the kick is slightly muffled. Now when I say powerful, I don't mean louder. It means a better presence. For example, the pros who cut down on the reverb will make the instrument fill the entire head set (so it sounds like the instrument is layered significantly or playing in the background, foreground, left and right at the same time) and quickly cut all sound out which is an amazing experience for the ears. In your song I hear non-layered instruments with the basic panning added to them. Side chaining would help bring a more dance like feel as well as a broader EQ intensities. If anything, this song would be better for those snes video games than a dance song.

Overall, i like the funky instrument you use 0:22. The short vocals saying "you know what" is not needed. The other instruments need to be mixed a bit better. Diversity is lacking here. However, kudos for the neat pattern used despite the repetitiveness. Best of luck in your future songs. 5/5
Bye for now

Omegeist responds:

Thanks for the review! You have brought a lot to my mind. I actually made this as more of a rhythmical experiment because I love euro dance but I do make some complextro too and I know what you mean about the full panning experience, massive cuts, and bass fluxes. I actually hope to make a song combining the elements of euro-dance and complextro one day but as of now i'm still working with each one in different branches. In the future I'll work more on the elements I'm lacking as you pointed out but as of now I'm still working on the general theory of the genre. "Bye for now" you say so next time I will be more prepared :P


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pretty much to the point where I can pretty much 5 star you without even hearing it. Good stuff as always. You should really think about trying to distribute your stuff wider...

Omegeist responds:

Thanks, euro-dance is supposed to bring fast results and that's what I was aiming for. Something that starts and jumps right into the fun instead of lengthy pad intros and what not.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

loved it, idk why this was at 3 star... haters guna hate i guess.

Omegeist responds:

Thanks ;D there are a lot of zero bombers around here who would rather shoot other peoples' music down then work hard on their own.