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Oct 27, 2013 | 2:56 PM EDT
File Info
Song
7.4 MB
3 min 14 sec
Score
4.87 / 5.00

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Rated 4.87 / 5 stars
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924 Plays | 70 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dance
Tags:
dance
electro
faith
leap

Author Comments

It's finished!

I really enjoyed writing this piece, it was kind of a departure for what I've done in the past what with me throwing sixteenths around everywhere, but I feel like it turned out phenomenally well!

This is my second creation that I have ever done in FL Studio 11.

If you enjoyed it, please rate, review, and favorite!

Reviews


Pixel-DJPixel-DJ

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Everythin Wilhiemthe2nd said hits it. EXEPT I like the piano, it does end a bit quickly and should probably been placed behind the massive synths which could be toned down due to the fact it drowned the drums. The intro was supah hecka nice, along with the eye of the storm.


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Wilhiemthe2ndWilhiemthe2nd

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is pretty swell! Definitely felt the beat, had my foot tappin' through out.

Though, the sound selection is pretty fizzy, while you did well with keeping fizzy sounds with the fizzy sounds and vice versa, the fizzy sounds are EXTREMELY FIZZY, those high frequencies hurt my ears a little bit, also, I would swap that piano out in the middle of the song for something else however, not just because of a lack of dynamics, but it just doesn't feel right for this kind of song.

Other than that, very impressive work! I like to throw around 16ths as well (normally to a odd time signature cause I'm insane) and you made something incredibly cool.
I especially like the ending's jitteryness


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R3SP4WN responds:

Thanks so much for the review!

I get what you mean when you say fizzy sounds, and I felt forced to change some of the main melodies so I was running slightly different lead patterns after the piano solo.

And I guess it would make sense to have put something other than piano in the middle, considering that I couldn't think of a baseline that made sense to complement the solo. I just really like piano :D.

Thanks again for the review!