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Jul 9, 2013 | 11:55 AM EDT
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2.8 MB
4 min 3 sec
4.53 / 5.00

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Rated 4.53 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Dubstep

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I'm going to go back to making trance/dance music because I like it better. I might try another dubstep song though.
I made this song in just 4 hours. Most time was spent on the small details and mixing. The melodies and instruments took me less than an hour. I love this song but I feel like just like my last song, it's a little repetitive. I didn't want it to be repetitive, but I didn't know what to do. I tried adding variation to all the melodies and drum beats from the middle to the end of the song, but it still feels repetitive.
I tried something new for the ending. I hope it sounds good. If it sounds bad I can change it.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

that was dope real atmospheric, made me think of an abandoned steel monstrosity with who knows how many secrets

BlueOceans responds:



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like the unorthodox instruments, especially the one at the very beginning, and I think that the parts mesh very well together. I think you did a better job this time with the transition into the dubstep, but I still have to mention how I don't like the distortedness around 2:20. The structure and transitions were good, though. The very ending seemed a little random, as if you were struggling to find a way to end the piece, and it didn't feel very conclusive. Overall, it's a good piece though. Certainly a step up from the piece I reviewed last night. ;)

BlueOceans responds:

Thankyou for the review. Im sorry you don't like the distortion in my instruments, but I really like it so im not going to stop doing it. I can put less distortion or try to eq some of it out though. I actually thought of you when I made the song and decided to make the distorted guitar lower. It was originally much louder. I was struggling to end the song. I knew that my usual ways to end a song wouldn't sound right so I decided to try something new.