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Oct 25, 2014 | 8:21 PM EDT
File Info
7.4 MB
3 min 14 sec
3.29 / 5.00

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Rated 3.29 / 5 stars
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495 Plays | 8 Downloads
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Electronic - Dance

Author Comments

Hope you enjoy it. there are some levels I'm not 100% satisfied with, but I like the song for what it is.
There are several spectrums of EDM covered in this one song.
you've got your high freq arp, your generic lead, some fm synthesis bass, your square lead, etc...
Let me know which parts you like best, and thank you for listening!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

The diffuse intro actually is quite cool, but the high lead after the first few seconds has a bit too much heights for my taste... Actually I immedeately had to reduce the volume of my headphones. Except the parts with the high lead the mixing is done quite well. I like the syncopated chipsounds and also the toms which start around 0:30 and 2 mins (nice sound and cool beat by the way). On the other hand the sound of the snare playing the crotchets at the beginning and around 1:23 doesn´t really fit to the rest of the track. I don´t really agree with the last reviewer that the track needs much more consistency. Actually I like that the track is constantly changing a bit because this kept me in. But I think that´s just a matter of taste...

Wayv responds:

Thanks for leaving a review, I'll keep working at it!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I feel that it needs a little more consistency, or at least suggestion of consistency, and a more developed transition between parts of the song. I really liked what was happening at the 2 minute mark. The bass continued to pulse behind the rest of the track, and it kept it moving, but the melody kind of truncated it prematurely, and then moved onto another theme without a transition between the two.
OH! And the "generic" lead was a little off-sounding. I dunno, those little jumps in tone are a little distracting, and stop before a rhythm with the rest of the song is developed.
I saw that you were in the "review for review" forum post, and if you could review my song "Limbic Syndrome" I'd greatly appreciate it :D

Wayv responds:

Thanks for the review man--means a lot!