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Uploaded
Mar 18, 2015 | 4:19 PM EDT
File Info
Song
5.5 MB
4 min 47 sec
Score
4.08 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.08 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
473 Plays | 8 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
Tags:
original
techno
fl-studio

Author Comments

just recently getting into nexus 2, i came up with this song. this song took longer than it should have for me to make because i was had trouble trying to get the right sounds. but luckily i did and i hop you enjoy it just as much as i do! :)

Reviews


CarlPalpalCarlPalpal

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Perfecto! excellente!!!! puto!!

What are the instruments used in the music, i've been looking for musics like this.



JandreParisJandreParis

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Interesting.

I'd actually feel more prompt to class this under Industrial/Electro. It does have some techno-ish themes, but it feels more Industrial to me. Example: Donkey Kong Country's industrial levels where the music sports some pretty heavy drums, soft basslines, classic bright snare. Some motifs like that are what I hear here.

As far as sound design is concerned, especially with the use of Nexus, it's difficult to tell what's "you" and what's Nexus, if you know what I mean. I'm more one for people creating their own sounds to give their tracks a more personal and genuine feel, but that's not to say that you didn't do that here. In fact, you do you well, hah. That certainly shines. (That's just personal opinion and preference.)

Drum kit: a bit more thump behind it with some sub. Not too much, just could be deeper. Snare could be a little brighter since it's a bit muddy and distant. Extra layer could help with that.

Do like that each section has it's own phrasing, which I rarely hear in many tracks these days. It's usually three of the same sections broken apart by the same build up. Speaking of which, that reverse crash to crash is a bit harsh and could use some toning down. Sounds much louder than everything else when it shows up. You want it to be audible but subtle.

Nit-picking and all aside, swell track methinks. Definitely could see this in a couple of games, that's for sure.

-J.P.


KwanChau responds:

just the review i needed! yeah im super sorry about the genre error. i have trouble telling the difference in that kind of subject. and i will definitely take notes in creating my own sounds with nexus. but i did use a few vsts where i made a few edits to the presets. plus with me just getting nexus, i just heard pretty sounds and wanted to put them together lol. with the drums, i'm guessing i will still need to learn eq more huh? good thing i can always go back into the project and improve on it!

all in all, im really glad you gave me a detailed review and also pleased you saw it as interesting. :)