Network Intrusion

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The first track from my newest soundtrack album, Soundscape Sideshow Vol. 2.

The full album is available for free as a high-quality download on Bandcamp: https://fyresale.bandcamp.com/album/soundscape-sideshow-vol-2

I'm currently available for soundtrack work! If you've got a game/animation project you're working on and need a musician, shoot me a note and let me in on the details. Not really looking for payment as much as I am placement.


Ow can I use this for my next animation? I really like it.

Fyresale responds:

Sure, just give credit for the song, and that's totally fine! Glad you like it, too. ^u^


It was a cool track, and more than likely a nice way to start out an album! Cool use of slight melodic variation, and nice usage of automation buildups. Production work seems good to me (though I'm not quite going through this track with a fine tooth comb so to speak).

Reminiscent of early Chemical Brothers which I was a huge fan of back in the day. You seem to have a lot of control over your VST, and showcase it from head to toe, which is a good thing!

I mention this to a lot of EDM artists, one, because it was good advice I received a while back (when I was making EDM frequently), and two because it seems to be a pitfall many of them fall into...

Percussive rhythmic variation is going to allow you to stand out greatly among other EDM artists (if that is the music you choose to progress with). But, the shakers which you introduce in the beginning at around pianissimo (then reintroduce), don't change, at all throughout the track. It's just 1e&a2e&a, without any change ups :( More variety with something even as simple as this will help you out greatly in my opinion.

Don't get me wrong, I know you want to keep the thump and want the listener to get hooked like a fish into the rhythm, but high hat/shaker variety is key. You can go nuts with the rhythms here. It's okay to make the listener do a bit of work in their own head. I hope this analogy makes sense.

You were onto something very interesting at around :45 where you introduced the seemingly jazz-like spastic noise work. I think this could work greatly to your advantage in the future! Just something to keep in mind since it's not something I've heard very often.

I did enjoy the track, I don't listen to much EDM anymore but I must say this was a nice breath of fresh air to hear! Keep up the good work mate! You are a unique artist with a lot of potential :)

Fyresale responds:

Hey, thanks a lot frootza! I'm not used to getting feedback that detailed, it's really nice to see something that constructive on my work! I think I definitely could've used a bit more variation in melody and percussion, I'll work more on that in future songs!

Super glad you enjoyed, too! Thanks again! ^u^

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4.39 / 5.00

Nov 13, 2014
1:11 PM EST
Drum N Bass
File Info
8.8 MB
3 min 47 sec

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