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Desperation Revised 2014

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Something I felt like doing.

It's not much, I just organized it a bit more and made it less ear shattering.


For once I have to disagree with Grinder. The percussion (read, snares) take(s) away from the rest of the mix. It's so sharp and omnipresent that everything else is a background texture, at best, for most of the piece.

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The review below me (in my opinion) is wrong. But if this were designed to be a melodic piece of music, they would be right on point.


I love the atmosphere. Very brooding. And the percussion gives it just enough energy to cary on without being too much for its minimal nature.

Go you!

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Corode responds:

Told you I'd flesh it out.

I like the ominous mood and effects. You have a good sense of rhythm and all. However, I think it progressed very slowly and needed something more melodic to tie it together a bit. You have to have some notes in there, man; it can't just all be effects. Also, the glitchy effect at the end seemed a bit irrelevant. I think you should have looped it. Overall, though, I liked it. It'd be good for a creepy drama/suspense movie or something. ;)

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Corode responds:

Well, like Grinder said, it wasn't designed to be melodic. It was designed to sound like how I felt at the time.

But thank you for the review, it means alot :)

Very cool! >:D!

It sounds like it could be an intro for something huge!! Love the improvement!

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Corode responds:

Thanks man.

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Credits & Info


4.70 / 5.00

Mar 3, 2014
3:16 PM EST
File Info
1.7 MB
1 min 50 sec

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