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Aug 23, 2006 | 9:32 AM EDT
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3 MB
3 min 16 sec
2.90 / 5.00

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Rated 2.90 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Trance

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Sorry for not submitting for a while. was on vacation. Please Review!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

wanted a review?

cool song but its a bit too calm to be a trance just kidding good work...................peace sonicxtreme


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Nice man, I like this one. It's simple but its got what it takes to rock. Good sense of expectation with that long sustained note down low, kind of twinkly as well perhaps? Love that. Percussion really gets a good boost when you introduce the side-sticky thingamajig, reminds me of all kinds of classic trance tracks.
Well, nice, easy to remember melody, would have loved a higher pad to really fill out the mix.
Good job as always, man, nice piano in there too and very good cymbal crashes and low hits, really make it sound polished.
Keep it up man!

bjoaierjbioaerjgoerj responds:




Rated 3 / 5 stars

Hmm. Interesting.

I think that as an individual piece this is fine, but in light of the other submissions you've done it definitely does sound like "more of the same". I'm not knocking the quality of the work, mind you, but there is a definite sameness here. If I might be SOOOO bold as to make a suggestion or two...?

1. One definite way to mix things up a bit -- start your pieces in different keys! Most if not all of them start in the same key.

2. Try different instrument sets and experiment with a wider variety of sound sets. Might be hard if your tools are limited, but hey...

3. Experiment with more complex percussion. A trickier or more intricate beat can do wonders for electronica.

For a good example of a variegated approach while keeping an artist's sense of style, try giving the works of Solus_Lunes a listen. After listening to "Half a Star", "Pharshine Alchemist", and "Celestial Assault", it becomes apparent that he keeps the same style but manages to make drastically different pieces within it.

You've got talent, and style -- now I want to see you develop it!

bjoaierjbioaerjgoerj responds:

thanx for your review!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

its neat...

Can't say very diverse, its like a dumbed down version of a song i heard before, but its ok. The synth is neat, but its been done plenty times. It's neat though!

Keep it Viewtiful!


bjoaierjbioaerjgoerj responds:

thanx for the review!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


It does sound like all ur old records mixed together to form some retro techno/ dance

Good Job


bjoaierjbioaerjgoerj responds:

lol, thanx