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Jan 5, 2015 | 12:04 AM EST
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Song
2.7 MB
2 min 55 sec
Score
4.91 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.91 / 5 stars
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2,522 Plays | 79 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dance
Tags:
amateur
electronic
gin
heartbeat

Author Comments

I Can Hear Your Heart Beat Thanks To This Gin.

Man, I should make my song names shorter so they actually fit in the title box.

Slowly, slowly learning how to incorporate synth pads.
SYNTH PADS. SYNTH PAAADS!!!

Also, I like the BitCrusher effect in GarageBand.

Please rate/like/download/shit. AND give feedback. Assuming you want to hear these slowly improve. I'm slowly scaling back my pretentious tendency to make solos consist of endless arpeggios.

Putting it in dance because I think it's dance-able, also I don't know shit about the difference between various electronic genres. If Dance is wrong, do not hesitate to call me out and correct me.

Reviews


FustigateMFustigateM

Rated 4 / 5 stars

i would say the section at 1:34 needs a high-hat open-close sound. and i like the creepy vibe it gets into afterwards though. carry on xD


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Clastodon responds:

Unfortunately the particular set of drum sounds I used for this has very little distinction between the three hi-hat sounds, so no open-close hi-hat alternation for this song, I'm afraid.


RequiemforaHeartRequiemforaHeart

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I can understand the desire to use arpeggios. They can really add some excitement to songs. That being said, I love your style of composition. Especially around the 1:34 section. The only thing I can say is that this could use a little more reverb and layering of the different samples you are using for percussion. That is my only criticism. Other than that I can't wait to hear more in the future. :)


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Clastodon responds:

More reverb on the drums you say? Hmm...