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Uploaded
Apr 11, 2013 | 9:26 PM EDT
File Info
Song
13.9 MB
6 min 5 sec
Score
4.36 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.36 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
783 Plays | 46 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
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Author Comments

Another Dubstep Song. I get better with every attempt <3 - Concepts from Bhetoven's Elise"
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Reviews


RiggzRukusRiggzRukus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Dear DRad,

First of all, as I've said before, I love your style and I have to admit this song right here has become my favorite piece of earcandy by you and here's why. =]

Start of the song, balcony view of Beethoven playing the piano, spot lights pointed on him and the beauty he is playing. :47 seconds in the spotlights turn off and suddenly the piano is outlined in neon lights, pulsing to the melody that starts flowing from the open lid of his grand keyboard. 1:02, the bass hits, the background curtains fly open and there's a wall of speakers from stage to rafters, each speaker outlined in lights.
1:35, Beethoven stands up, kicks his bench seat back and starts loving the keys, the lighting around the piano syncing with the high and mid range tones as the lights around the speakers strobe to the vibrations. 2:36 he collapses against the keys, the crowd falling still as they worry this masterpiece is over. 2:51 with Beethoven still hunched over, the original melody starts playing again, his form finally standing up right once again as he continues to fill the hall with beauty. The lights continuing to show the emotion flooding from his fingertips and continuing to do so up until 6:00 when he slumps over the keyboard again, the lights fading as the spotlights come on, aimed at Beethoven, slumped over the ebony and ivory once again, a slight tease harmonizing to 6:05 then the lights shut off and the curtains close....

I know this isn't exactly a review my friend, but that is the journey you just sent me on, by far the best experience I've had in a opera house in all my life (even if it was with my eyes closed ;]).. As I sit here with this song on repeat, all I can really say is Thank you. Thank you so very much. (5/5 Favorited, Downloaded, Respect)

~In Dub We Step My Friend, Until We Meet Again~
-Riggz Rukus


DRadDaDanDawg responds:

Best fan ever. Had to go through the whole song and relive your story. Thanks for listening, I'll keep making music like this ;)


AgentBananasAgentBananas

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The whole song was amazing! I loved the beginning the most though. :P


DRadDaDanDawg responds:

Haha thanks, and thank Bhetoven for the opening melody


Unknown8Unknown8

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very enjoyable song. You've got a really unique sound. All the wobbles match each other but are all unique. I just think it could use more (Or deeper) subs, they seem kinda high pitched or light.


DRadDaDanDawg responds:

Thanks a lot, the next song I make will definitely have more deep sounds, with this I was trying to accomplish a resonance with a slower, and less deep feel, but I see what you saying, thanks :)


AcoustaticAcoustatic

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I love Beethoven, and electronic music, but dubstep usually doesn't really appeal to me...

This was a fantastic exception. I thoroughly enjoyed the plethora of crazy-ass sound effects, the solid synthesizers, the catchy melodies and accompaniment, and of course I always enjoy hearing a little bit of Fur Elise as well :P

The whole song is very well put together, and all of the different elements combine to make a varied, enjoyable musical experience. Great job; keep making music and pushing yourself even further!


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DRadDaDanDawg responds:

Thanks a lot, 2 years of electric experience down, all my life to go :)