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Jan 6, 2016 | 2:40 AM EST
File Info
4.9 MB
4 min 17 sec
1.96 / 5.00

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Rated 1.96 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

guitar and vocals

I like reverb.

Found out a lot about GB and how to use it making this track. The ending is pretty wishy washy but I got some good ideas from it that worked. The guitar harmonics came out really nicely but some of the high notes are piercing. The whole last few minutes need more direction and ultimately they became a separate piece from the beginning. They lost the weird darkness... i played with keeping the 3-note bass line going through the end but didn't like it as much. It might have been necessary to do something like that though.

Headphone recommended.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Sounds like it could be a really good atmospheric scene track almost, the voices could made use some more EQ and leveling to prevent clipping but it's not too badly made.

Very post-apocalyptic sounding, once the atmospheric track started playing it was really good. Almost like having someone uglier stand next to you so you look amazing in comparison type deal. If I were to give advice for this to make it great, I'd take out the intro completely because you might get some bad stars due to people not listening all the way through to discover the more beautiful piece.

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AlbertAnderson responds:



Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

I agree with @Holkan.
This isn't even music, this is...messing around with sounds.
Learn how to make your stuff before posting your work somewhere, seriously.


AlbertAnderson responds:

If you review something take the time to listen to the track from start to finish. What you have to say is completely useless and judgmental. What can I take away from what you've said other than that you are an asshole who didn't even take the time to listen to the whole track.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

No, this is not going to work at any time. First thing, make ALL the vocals match. Second thing, adjust the pitch to make them sing on them same notes;

Just that, you have to improve.

AlbertAnderson responds:

The dissonance is intentional. And you didn't listen through the whole track.