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Nov 19, 2015 | 10:25 PM EST
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7.7 MB
3 min 17 sec
4.61 / 5.00

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ㅤㅤThe first 4 notes were an earworm which is in my head every time I start traveling back home. The rest was done overnight. :P

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Not gonna lie to you, that was honestly amazing. Over WAY to soon. (Not that you should make it longer, just that I really enjoyed it and may or may not have been playing it on repeat).
You have a brilliant idea, starting with the synth leading in to the general beat of the song. It hints at the idea of the song, but still leaves surprises to be discovered by the concert piano later. However, would say the synth has a tad too much reverb. That being said, it's clearly a stylistic choice that I completely respect. I do think it cuts through and adds another layer later on, so I completely understand that choice.
Your beat... I wanna say the word is hilarious. Not that it's funny, but it just makes my smile and laugh. It just puts me in such a great mood. You clearly have expert control over whatever program you use, which is pretty awesome. (I use Mixcraft, so I'm just pretending you do as well).
The bridge around 1:50 is amazing, and soothing. Yet, it prepares the listener for the repeat of the upbeat rhythm to come.
Your use of decay is soothing. Your bass? also incredible. I would honestly say this is perfect for what you set out to do.
I'm so sorry this isn't more useful- I just don't have very many criticisms at all. It's clear from reading your responses to comments that you're your biggest critic. When it comes to this particular song, I hope you're more than satisfied- because I sure as hell am. Keep making!
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Noisysundae responds:

Not that much of a critic but I try my best to be informative when it comes to reviewing.

I use FL and I'm not good at mastering anything other than electronic music. My latest one says it all.
That detuned saw was used almost every single sundae so I'm not sure if I should consider it a stylistic choice or not. Should've cut the treble on the reverb a bit like you said, though. I had no idea where I would go next and ended up adding the piano to this piece. :P

Thanks for all these compliments and suggestions. I appreciate it. :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

throw song hella heavy deep bass and see what you get i think you might like what i found when i did.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Alright, it's pretty good, although at first there was a sound in the background that was kind of annoying, but the instruments you chose were pretty good.

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Noisysundae responds:

Did you mean at the start? There's only that synth. Perhaps it has too much reverb.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I really love this, calm and upbeat at the same time! Where can I find that piano though, it sounds amazing how you used it! :)

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Noisysundae responds:

It's Addictive keys studio grand. I use it for piano instrumentals most of the time. :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Whoa this is great. It's like it's giving my ears a massage.

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Noisysundae responds:

I guess that was a kind of massage that give you backache.