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Jul 25, 2014 | 1:17 PM EDT
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10 MB
4 min 21 sec
3.92 / 5.00

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Rated 3.92 / 5 stars
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Hello everyone my name is Casey Eliot Thach. I was born in Guntersville Alabama on August 3, 1990. I was raised in North Carolina for ten years of my life. I now currently live in Dothan Alabama. I was mostly into rock music when I was younger, but I also started listening to some Rap and Hip-Hop. When I was fifteen years old I met a guy named Mike that listened to Techno music that he got off of a website called Newgrounds Audio Portal. I quickly got into this type of music and before long started to collect Techno music. I have on average about 200 to 250 Dance, Techno, and Trance songs now. Soon after collecting all these songs I began to think that I should start making this type of music, and sure enough in October 2011 I downloaded a program called FL Studio and started making music. The first song I ever made was Cop Chase. Once I made it I had made up my mind that I really enjoyed doing it and continued making music with Cop Chase being only just the beginning. After it came Black Storm, and then a remix to Pachelbel's famous song Canon. These were my first three songs I ever made, and were my only three instrumentals. After this came singing in my music using a program called Antares Auto-tune. I utilized the software in the same way that T-Pain did in his song, "Buy You A Drink." In T-Pain's song he sang in a B minor, whereas in my music I sing in a C and F. As I made songs I only enjoyed it more, and it only led to the continuation of more songs. Today I continue making music between my work and studies in college. It remains one of my greater hobbies and gives me the ultimate peace in my mind.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The very beginning started a bit plain, also the transitions in some points were quite abrupt, like when the beat changed somewhere near 3 minutes. Still, I am giving 3.5 stars because I am flippin addicted to this type of auto-tuned vocals, and the melody was alright too. Good job.

C112Covert responds:

the transitioning is a problem but I can't find in FL Studio tutorial that goes in depth from A to Z I just can't find one