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Sep 1, 2015 | 2:27 PM EDT
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4.2 MB
3 min 6 sec
4.72 / 5.00

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Rated 4.72 / 5 stars
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Neuro-hoppy boops and beeps were made using FL studio 10. Massive by Native Instruments and factory plugins of FL studio 10 were used to manipulate the magnetic fields in your speakers producing disturbances in the air around you. I cannot stress enough that this song is very experimental, I was trying to make something weird sounding.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Reminds me of the Mad Tracks soundtrack, nice work!


Rated 5 / 5 stars



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I can see that you used some of this stuff in oxytoxic! I like the fact that you applied the stuff that you learned from this into your other song.

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DarkBlueFX responds:

Yeah, I'm starting to think it's more a sign of laziness that once I make a decent sound I keep reusing it in future songs. So in that kinda sense I'm glad you pointed that out cause maybe I should be aware of when I may or may not be re-using too much.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I actually really liked this track. Feel free to let the track breath though. I love the very creepy feeling this track gave me. Keep it up man!

DarkBlueFX responds:

I see what you mean about letting the track breathe, especially at 1:20 and 2:34. Thank you for listening! :D


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Now tell me this... are you satisfied with this song? I'm not for sure.
Sound design is ok... i guess?
Composition... no...
Well, to put this in short, you have to improve.
The disturbances in the air around me provided slight discomfort.

DarkBlueFX responds:

I can always appreciate an honest review! To be real with you, I am never satisfied with any project of mine, and every artist should feel the need to improve. Now that I do listen to this with my personal bias set aside I can definitely hear room for improvement.