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Uploaded
Jan 18, 2014 | 12:30 PM EST
File Info
Song
9.7 MB
4 min 14 sec
Score
4.04 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.04 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
472 Plays | 79 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
Tags:
dance
house
electro
r3sp4wn

Author Comments

First time I've ever used 32nd notes in any of my pieces.

Enjoy!

Reviews


BarrellajBarrellaj

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I actually really digthis one but I'm seeing a trend in your work. you wont have anything truly stand out until you start messing with more effects. and you have to get your kick up. I wouldn't necessarily call this house though either. it doesn't really fit any style of it that I can recall. and like pixel said, the percussion needs tons of work. if you want good house work on a super saw/ hypersaw and a catchy chord prog. and you'll need to work on bass making skills. cool song though



Pixel-DJPixel-DJ

Rated 3 / 5 stars

The kick is wimpy, and basically the whole drum/percussion is almost missing.
Not a spectacular new think. Good average song.


R3SP4WN responds:

Yeah I agree with the kicks. I tried to stretch the time on it to make it go longer and it took away from the snap of the kick.

But I don't agree with the drums missing, while parts of it were lower than they should have been, they were definitely there.


JoshuaHughesJoshuaHughes

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Next time try 64th notes. Gives any piece a nice warped record sound ;).

I liked the synth at :37. Reminded me of some old JMJ. As for everything else, look into reverb and compression religiously. There's not too much going on throughout the piece, which isn't inherently a bad thing. In terms of house music, however, this can make a track go stale fast. Your piano, while sounding good, can benefit from reverb greatly, since there are places where it is the only instrument playing besides the kick or clap.

Speaking of kick, this is where compression comes in. You can keep the kick from being lost under the instruments by evening out the volume levels with compression. I noticed that when the JMJ sound comes in, the "snap" of the kick is buried under it, leaving only the bass audible.

But that's just my advice. Take what you want with. Overall, I'd say this track is untapped potential that could have used some FX for a better outcome.


R3SP4WN responds:

Thanks for the advice and the review!