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Turret Wife Serenade NGAP

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This song, Turret Wife Serenade, was originally composed by LadyArsenic.

This song has been created from scratch and covered/remix (whichever) through using Reason 5 and Logic with a use of a sample from the original song.

LadyArsenic's Page http://ladyarsenic.newgro unds.com/
Orignal Song http://www.newgrounds.com /audio/listen/528616

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This was pretty slick! I really dig it. I especially like 1:39 onward, but this entire track was great! Took me by surprise a couple times, and that's always groovy. Love how interesting you kept it with all the tempo changes and groove changeups. Very nice. Only criticism would be that the mix is a little messy and unbalanced. Aside form that, this is really awesome. Nicely done.

Hello.

The Good:
-Cute little distorted synths and nice instruments.
-Explosion at about 1:04 is pretty cool, to be honest.
-I love the "vamping-up" sound at about 1:36, as well as the one at about 1:54.

The Not-So-Good:
-The kick is a tad overly loud.
-I'm not a fan of using direct samples from another song, though how you used it isn't too bad.
-Crossfade using the vocal samples at about 0:45 is not well-executed and sounds awkward.
-The mix seems as if it's only barely holding itself together and is on the verge of exploding into major distortion. I know that Reason is good at handling a lot of sound automatically, but you shouldn't rely on it.
-After 1:54, it just gets to be a bit too crazy and the mix is overfilled. Then it just ends without any preparation.

Overall: Score of 7/10. Major problems are the transitions and the extremely overfilled mix.

pretty good

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Thanks =)

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Apr 20, 2013
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2 min 48 sec
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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.