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[Dubstep] Chainsmokers - Roses ft. ROZES (TruNotFals Remix)


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I also did this for a contest!!! Decided to upload this along with Hypotheticals for you guys and no one else. NOT EVEN SOUNDCLOUD!!! I hope you enjoy!!!

I hope to get a master out of these songs soon!

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I love the sense of climax at the beginning and the way you incorporated the lyrics. The drop added a lot to the piece IMO, while also having some interesting pacing that added some variety. I love the almost melancholy vibe that the melody at 2:10 has. I think slowly down the tempo from the original was a good idea. Also, perhaps I'm a bit biased (because I love the original), but I think might be the strongest piece of the four I've reviewed recently. It just adds so much emotion to what is originally supposed to be sort of a feel-good kind of song, right? Also, may I ask what contest you wrote this song for? I think it came out great! ;)

trunotfals responds:

Thank you Tainted for another amazing review! This song is by far my favorite remix so far. This song got a lot of praise on the site I did the remix for. It's called Indaba music. Awesome site where they hold contests for cash prizes and the chance to be released with the original artist and all sorts of things. I'm surprised it doesnt have a larger producer base. I love the original too, and I don't dabble to much into dubstep, except when I work with VOX and this one really really worked for me, I'm really glad you like it. Especially since I dont have too much sound design experioence with dubstep stuff. Traditional dubstep stuff that it.

Credits & Info


4.34 / 5.00

Nov 4, 2015
3:29 PM EST
File Info
9.9 MB
4 min 20 sec

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