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Jan 4, 2014 | 12:14 PM EST
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9.7 MB
4 min 15 sec
3.80 / 5.00

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Rated 3.80 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Techno

Author Comments


I'm back with new goodies.
This Song could very well describe a fullmoon night for a Werewolf. It's really crazy when you think about it. A lot of contrast is used (surprise, surprise) between the upbeat techno parts of the track and the huge breakdown in between. The mastering is kind of soft compared to my other stuff this time around.

The song really follows the way of a Man turning into a wolf and back:
He first starts out, getting dressed, doing his everyday stuff, drinking coffee etc. But then suddenly he sees the Moon come out and lets out a growl. He tries to supress his morphosis and fights against it, but in the end he can not stop it from happening and raves across the landscape. After he satisfied his bloodlust, he began to kind of enjoy being a wolf and was happy for the rest of the night. Then he rests and as the new day is dawning he transforms back into a human, fixes up, and then party's on like an animal!

Haha, well a little story to my little track. It was made in Fl Studio and I really worked a lot on it. I'd love you to give me some feedback on what you enjoyed and what not.

Enjoy listening!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is definitely one of the best dubstep songs I've heard. I don't even care for dubstep that much, but this is amazing! Definitely checking more of your stuff out.

Voltus responds:

Thank you! Dubstep isn't my main thing so I hope you'll find more to like ;)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This track is awesome! The synth! The Bass! The Rhythm! The Emotion! Fantastico!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The techno parts give me a really nostalgic feeling with the melody and synths that you used. Though this doesn't really make me think of a man vs Werewolf type of relationship, it makes me think more of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. I hear a constant struggle in the song, even in the "calmer parts" of the track as if he has someone tempting him to change, aka Hyde. And then the break is when he breaks and falls to temptation and then the drop is Mr. Hyde taking over. Hyde being calm and collected, the rest of the track is Jekyll trying to get his mind back, but the way it ends gives me the feeling he failed. But that might just be me.

I really like the bassline you gave it, even if it has been used before. And the drop was pretty cool as well, good on you for making it melodic. I also like the breakbeat after the first drop.

While I liked those things, the drums sounded kind of cheesy, and while it sometimes added the old school feel to the techno, I think you need a stronger beat for the dubstep parts, give us a real sense of how big the change is between the man and the monster. Probably could use with some different basses in the drop that would truly contrast the two minds. Also, that snare needs to be stronger, it sounds really soft and doesn't add to the whole beast taking over. I'm kind of nitpicking but it's what I feel would artistically represent the track better, honestly.

In all regards though, this is a good track. I liked it and it really got my art interpreter side working again. The mixing and mastering is clear and I can hear everything, and the overall structure of the song is good. Was a bit repetitive at the end, and could've used a bit of melodic variances, but I digress.

Good work on this and keep it up.

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Voltus responds:

Thank you very much.

The snare btw was totally made by myself, my first "selfsynthed snare" ever you could say. But I get where you're coming from. I need to learn that stuff more.
I really appreciate your critique!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

What I enjoyed:
When that bass comes in!
The synth complements it well.
The silences between sections.
How the music follows the story line that you've mentioned--can follow the imagery that you've provided

Not so much:
Needs more of a contrast between the "Man" and "Werewolf."
A bit more variation toward the end (3:15). At some point, what you've written/played has already been heard, and so with a producer mindset, I would vary the timbre more. Typically after 4 bars, one expects to hear something noticeably different.

I should also note that the pattern on how you constructed your chords works well for the flow of the piece: a chord for 8 beats, and then two for 4 beats.

How long did you spend working on it?

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Voltus responds:

hey thanks for your review!

It took me roughly 10 to 12 hours to finish it. It might have been more.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sounds like it would fit into a Sonic game on the Genesis.

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Voltus responds:

Dubstepy Sonic Breakdown! xD