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Author Comments

Tell me what you think. All feedback is greatly appreciated.


I like it!
But there's still work to be done.
If you keep your head up, you'll be a god in the business one day! :D
Keep it up bro!

you tried like hell

hardstyle is no easy thing to produce. but you did a decent job getting that kick down, it's just eqed a little wrong. and you also have some format issues. first, your intro is confusing. don't know whats the kick, whats the clap, whats the bass etc.... you have the right idea but you need to put more time into transitions and mastering your sounds. its nice to start with an off time percussion slowly leading in the bass and a fully functional hard kick. but I would say never introduce the kick clap and melody at the same time. it's almost as if you started with a build up, then went straight to the drop, but never transitioned or changed melodies.

I would say that you prob started this as an experiment, threw it together rather quickly and posted it because you were happy with certain creative elements. I've done it myself tons of times. just don't forget to go back and finish it cause this would be a sick song.

so to recap

1. dont start clap kick and melody together
2. finish mastering your kick
3. raise the low end and attack of your starting kick
4. fade the melody in (or just create a new lead and save the melody for the drop)
5. learn how to make a reverse bass and get your intro PUMPING!

I gave you a 4 based on the notion I assume you're better than this song sounds, now please if you don't mind, I'd appreciate a review of my newest work in progress :)

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Credits & Info


4.06 / 5.00

Jan 16, 2014
11:49 PM EST
File Info
3.7 MB
1 min 37 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.