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Author Comments

Ice Cube


Right off the bat, I quite like the wobble in the bass, and how everything, from drums to pads, kicks in gradually. When 0:31 kicks in, the whole piece feels very quirky, I like.

0:51 was the clincher before 1:09 came in. 1:09 reminded me of, pardon the expression, a Crash Bandicoot stage. It just felt like it -- the mystery, the excitement, the quirkiness. I got an early PlayStation 2 vibe from this.

1:50 sounds like you're in the midst of ice crystals, trapped. I like.

2:06 is about the same loudness as 0:51, and 2:21 is the same loudness as 1:50.

The whole piece feels atmospheric and quirky -- and quirkiness is an up factor for me -- there's still a matter of tension, buildup and loudness to address.


1) A little bit more variation would have been appreciated here between 2:06 and 2:21 -- building up tension? A very, very light saw wave or pad that sounds icy, perhaps? As you go later into the piece, imagine yourself in the heat of the dance. You don't want it to be a similar-sounding moment to a previous part of the piece -- by that point, it'll have reached the climax it ought to have reached.

2) Now let me iterate that I LOVED how the intro progressed gradually. Now the ending feels abrupt. It would, admittedly, be a bit cliché to end in the same kind of length that the intro had. But, a shorter ending with a decrescendo on the hi-hat cymbals (basically, a fade out), a fade-out on strings, and other disappearing parts, could help this ending.


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Svenzo responds:

Well i am glad you liked this.ofcourse repetitiveness again,maybe im just too lazy lol but yeh i might work on that a lil more

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4.35 / 5.00

Dec 19, 2013
1:22 PM EST
File Info
6.1 MB
2 min 40 sec

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