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I'm currently in the process of finishing a couple of other tracks (one of which I have to re-make because my copy of FL crashed while I was concocting a track after I tried to load my Bit Crusher plugin. >.<)

This is one of the ones that I've finished.

I wanted to put a dialogue sample at the end of this to close the track while the bit-crushed Reverb is fading out, but couldn't think of anything to add so i just let if fade out and then taper off.

I hope you enjoy this.

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It's perfect in every way! I definitely agree, this is more like experimental - it's a lot like industrial, with some ambient/dub parts. Kind of trippy and dark too.

I think you could have made it better with something more flashy and attention grabbing, but this isn't that type of track. I think you'd find more of an audience in the industrial section, or the DnB section.


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This was actually pretty cool. I came into it not really knowing what to expect, but I really enjoyed the atmosphere you set. Not really sure if I would classify this under hip-hop or something else entirely. I do agree with Issac and think you could do this better.


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LiberalShimmering responds:

Thanks for the critique Glitch; I very much appreciate it.


I like the eerie and surreal vibe, but I'm a little iffy about the super crushed drums. I like the fast drums, they're very FlyLo-esque, and I love the oldschool drums. An overall good track, but I know you can deliver this style a little better.


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LiberalShimmering responds:

I compressed the breakbeats because I like super-crunchy-type sounds. To each their own though, you're entitled to your opinion.

Yeah, this was hashed out in a couple days so it's not quite up to par with my other material.

Thanks for the review Shak!


Sounds halfway between Afterbirth and Silent Hill. I really like the grit and intensity here. Awesome work man.


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LiberalShimmering responds:

I see how you can hear the similarities to Silent Hill (Akira Yamaoka is one of my many influences,) but I haven't scoured and listened to the BoI: Afterbirth OST in its entirety so I'll have to check it out.

Thanks for the review Kwing.


Dope.


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LiberalShimmering responds:

Thanks Sun!

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756
Downloads
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Votes
4
Score
4.38 / 5.00

Uploaded
Dec 4, 2015
1:01 PM EST
Genre
Hip Hop - Olskool
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8.4 MB
3 min 40 sec
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