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Dec 6, 2014 | 6:37 PM EST
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11.4 MB
5 min 0 sec
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4.32 / 5.00

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Rated 4.32 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Dance
Tags:
fun
epic
pumped
energetic

Author Comments

Hi Guyz :D!
You remember that i promised you guyz another hyper energetic mash right? Well here it is :). I tried to build upon the same things that I did in "Cosmic Stream of Life" and "End of the Day" in this.
Constructive critisism is welcome as alwqays.
Hope you enjoy it :).

Ok guyz, so I've just hit 90 fans :O!!!!! That's just crazy :). I just started music this year, and it's been a really great journey for me. I dedicate this song to all 90 of my fans :). I know that I used to list all of you before, but you're just too many now XD.
OMG how much I luv you guyz. Don't know what I would have done without ya ;).

Reviews


D-ChainD-Chain

Rated 3 / 5 stars

well okay, im going to make you pay and let you eat your words lol
straight up;
Why do you use so many friggin notes? you know how hard it is to master a track like this?
Do you? :D

this is what you said:
I tried to build upon the same things that I did in "Cosmic Stream of Life" and "End of the Day" in this.

and this is what i think of that:
Its not always okay to build upon the ideas youve done already.. sometimes it works really well, and i agree you should take full advantage lol. however i think this time you milked the cow to many times.

Intro: i have not much to tell you because its simple yet effective.
2nd intro/build-up: i just love when a song has more then 1 intro or build ups before getting 'to the point' you get my point? lol
when the build up stops at 1:09 i can not determine what just happend.. did you go from intro to klimax? or.. intro to a 2nd or possible 3rd intro? sorry to tell but its confusing meh lol.

i love the deep impact at 1:38, you did well with the transitions in general in this song.
however its hard to tell as to what is what.. there is no actual structure what so ever, you go from A to B to A to C which is fine i guess, but its not working on me. also a breakdown? where is it?
only short 'rest' moments, guess you just really went all out with the 'hyper energetic mash' lol maybe next time try to create a song with an intro, break, chorus, outro keep it simple BUT just as energetic.
and dont forget to reduce the note usage lol. you can always layer sounds with the same melody or counter-layer them like Exilious said. or just use a counter(different) melody..



ExiliousExilious

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

*cracks knuckles*

Okay, let's do this.

Well, to start it all off, this song is wonderful! Great overtone, energetic, beat is funky, and it keeps me happy all throughout its length. The synth choice was great as always, so I'm not surprised. Transitions are almost smooth, but I'll get into that later.

Alright, so one thing that has been occurring in a lot of your songs recently is a phenomenon when all your notes in a melody last nearly the same length, or play over the same notes too many times. When your notes are all the same length, it loses its variety and that spiciness people look for in a song isn't really there. When a song hits the same notes too many times, the melody becomes bland and not that catchy. You can easily fix both of theses issues by layering another melody on top of the original, going into a transition and dropping the original melody. You gotta keep things spicy.

Although your beats are funky, I'm hearing a repeat of samples, which isn't that good. The same goes for your synth choice as well. For example, at 1:39 I'm more than likely sure the piano playing is "Dancepiano 2K7" from RefNexus. If I'm correct, that's bad. You had the same piano in your last song. Eventually you need to break from your old synth and sample choices and get into something new and fresh. Eventually people will begin to notice the recycling and they'll get bored, and so will you. Not gonna lie when I say I suffer from the same thing, but I have been breaking off from it a little bit. I'm still a hypocrite though. XD

Last but not least, the dip at 2:45. It was completely random and stood out from the song in a not-so-good way. You shouldn't have used cutoff to release the song and build it back up. Rather, you should've done a falling white noise accompanied by the rising of the song. The cutoff was too sudden and too noticeable. I shouldn't be able to hear the song come to a complete stop.

Well, I think that's it. Aside from those few issues, I'd say you've got a pretty solid dance track on your hands. However, First Sunrise is still my number one top favorite from you. ;)

Keep up this amazing work man! ^~^


Ectisity responds:

Hmm. I understand your points, but I can't say I fully agree with all of them.

First of all I don't get what you mean by the melody hitting the same notes to many times. I only have 8 notes to work with, and I just want to force myself to use all of them. Most dance and house melodies only use like 4-5 notes. Using all 8 notes just to use them often makes the melody even more messy than it already is.

As for my use of samples, you have a point, but there's only one or two samples in this one that I used in my latest song. If I think a sample sounds good in a song I will use it. I know that I probably vary it up though.

As for my use of Dancepiano 2k7, i'm aware of that I use it pretty often, but I do think it also often fits with my style of music. I partly use it because it's easier to mix with my synths as well.
I do know this is a stupid exuse though.

When it comes to the dip, I'm afraid we just disagree there X3. I think it's a nice way to put the song into focus, though I understand that everyone might not like it.

So basically I do understand ur points and I partly agree with them.
Thanks for the detailed review :).

-Ectisity


SpikeyTacoSpikeyTaco

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Another awesome track! Got a good length on this one without getting repetitive at all, Awesome love the way the tune developed through the track not by not always sticking to the same background music the entire way through. Great and I can't wait to hear more! :D


Ectisity responds:

Thanks, SpikeyTaco :D. Really glad you liked this one ;).
I'll definetly keep making music for you to enjoy :D.