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Dec 29, 2013 | 11:04 PM EST
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16.6 MB
7 min 15 sec
4.62 / 5.00

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Hey everybody, it's Tripleton, and I'm here bringing you a progressive house track which will make you flow with it. :)

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Absolutely wonderful! Bravo, yes, bravo indeed!
Well, time to "review" then.....
*takes out pipe* Well, good sir, what I'd say is most defining about this piece is it's catchy melody, which stays smooth throughout the entire piece despite the constant strength of the other parts pushing against it. Like a inner tube on a stormy sea, it bobs up and down, sometimes just out of view underwater, but never sinking. *Inhales pipe deeply* It is through this melodic lifeboat that you take the listener on a journey through stormy seas filled with loud beasts. Yet the melody never stops, leading you on, holding your hand through the forest of sounds. *Inhaling so deeply I may be choking* In fact, it wouldn't be unreasonable to assume that the melody was what you created first. I must try that sometime, hmm, yes, yes. *Gently lays pipe on table* If I could see anything that should be changed... I'd say the cymbal (is that what they call it?) volume increase at 4:16, as I find it rather overwhelming. *Stands in front of fireplace, mahogany bathrobe seemingly shirking away from it* Unless, of course, you wanted it that way. *Laughs richly* But that is besides the point. Good show, I say! Good show!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

0:00 Starts off with a nice, rounded kick and snare. You can hear the reverb on the snare; it sounds hall-like.
0:25 Slow, analog-ish synths coming in. Reminds me of an old school house track from the 90s or something.
0:45 I like the progression. There's a kind of "release" cymbal that goes on here that is nice.
1:00 I didn't like the second and third cymbal here though. The hits are too large and hard-hitting. I reckon it needs a less jarring cymbal, one with a longer attack.
1:40 Nice drop here. But again, the cymbals interjecting with such huge hits, they take away form the feel of the song imo.
2:00 There's this nice "glitchy" thing the hat does on every so-and-so beat that I really like. The drums are getting more intense, and the patterns varying up.
2:30 OK this transition was beautiful. I liked this general part with the riff in the background, feels expansive like you're in a cathedral. Those glitching hi-hats are still perpetuating the ambient landscape. I kind of like the mixing of the drums you've done here.
3:15 The riff is escalating. I like the slow escalating nature of the riff. And you can tell exactly when it's going to drop at any moment due to sufficient build-ups.
3:40 There's some nice 3rd-note synths going on or something. Gives a kind of variance to the track that makes its progression appealing. Plus I like the delay you've got going on on this synth.
4:20 Wow that was weird timing of the cymbal. Not sure if I liked that. It was like in 3rds.
4:40 That build-up before the drop is nice, but I don't feel the drop is satisfying enough in this scenario.
5:10 Would like a little bit more of a change here, it's getting same-ish.
5:30 OK yeah taht was a really nice change. Well done. Keeping my interest in the song. I like how it's consistently entertaining throughout. The mixing is comfortable on mine ears.
6:00 The hi-hats can get jarring after a while. It might pay to switch them up once in a while.
6:30 More build-up. It would be nice to have a more epic riff introduce itself perhaps earlier in the track.
6:55 But this is a nice ending. Smooth yet sultry.
7:05 Nice ambient reverb for ending.

Overall a great progressive track with a nice ambience, and good analog-esque synths. It was entertaining throughout, although some of the drops I felt were anti-climactic, and the riffs lacked a certain epicness too them. Also some of the cymbals had too much high-end I think and were too jarring, just coming out of nowhere. The delay on the cymbals helped it to blend in, but personally I'd reconsider the cymbal sounds. The hi-hats were a really nice addition at first, but I felt perhaps they needed to be changed up somewhat over the course of the song from the moment they were introduced. Perhaps bringing in an alternate hi-hat sound would have been nice.

Very cool progressive track.

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