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Sep 18, 2013 | 2:24 PM EDT
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2 min 18 sec
4.74 / 5.00

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Sacred China



Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is sick AF.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cool a hip hop like Chinese song.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I really like the combination of world music and hip hop, listening to this reminds me of shows like Afro Samurai and Samurai Champloo. Great stuff man

Svenzo responds:

Thanks,im glad you like it


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The dizi and erhu are well-placed in the beginning. 29 seconds of similarity does get a bit tiring on the ears though.

From 0:29 I hear some change in the chords, which I very much enjoy.

From that point on, there's quite a bit of variety added in the chords, the percussion (1:28!), and the (synth?). 1:28 particularly sounded like a chilled bit, but a little bit of toning down would have been much appreciated.

As an ambient track, it was fairly simple, and could possibly be looped -- but I can't say it does stand out among other ambient tracks of a similar nature. Perhaps a little more could be done?


1) Now I know this is an old piece to listen to, and not the best example, but you can always take the good in other pieces, and use it for your own. The song I am thinking of is a techno song, 'Butterfly' by Smile. There's a string arpeggio in the intro, accompanied by a koto (you've got a Chinese equivalent to match).

I know the intention of your piece is meant to be chill and it does the job alright, but I suggest listening out for things that would make your ambient pieces more atmospheric. At the moment it sounds like typical office music with a little bit of Chinese flair. And reason why I am finicky with this is because I hear that music on TV nearly all the time....... and I want something different from what we normally hear.

2) Possible volume automation, this time? I'm talking in parts like the introduction, where you've had 29 seconds of similarity before some difference kicks in. Also, I'm suggesting automation so that the drums may kick in gradually, rather than suddenly. I'd like to be put at ease with a chill track, and oftentimes bringing in something gradually is the best bet.


NB: The World category often suggests something otherworldly, exotic, or even culturally different. Where this is blended with Ambient, take care to not make your tracks sound samey.

Svenzo responds:

repetitiveness is a recurring thing in my tracks,but i make songs always more in electronic chill house way,so suposed to be repeating,i like it that way.In this style i dotn want too many different melodies and chords.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Freaking reminds me of afro samurai this is one my favs from you so far :) the atmosphere is perfect great work!

Svenzo responds:

Thanks,this is also one of my fav songs i made