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Jan 25, 2016 | 2:17 PM EST
File Info
1.2 MB
31 sec
4.00 / 5.00

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Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

this is a loop i made to be used as the music when you're in a private lobby waiting for friends to join a competitive multiplayer game. I'm looking for feedback on it right now, I'm definitely happy with the rhythm but i don't know about the lead riff. I like the tone, but i dunno. Reviews much appreciated



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like all the stuff you throw in my face, but I'm not a music person so I can't help on giving you meaningful feedback. I also posted more music on my account, setting equipment lol. Tell me how I did. Probably terrible lmao


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


- musical aspect is OKish, beat makes sense and together with that riff creates that "gettin ready" feeling

-teh guitar-thing... imo it could be like octave higher, or could use boost in higher frequencies

- drums sound super "raw", could use more processing for sure, at least reverb on hats or something

-0:10; 0:17,.. thats like that remote car locking sound :) Don´t know it was made intentionally, anyway it doesn´t fit much

3.5 rated 4 on left panel, because it´s monday

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IndustryStandard responds:

It's funny you should say the guitar could be an octave higher, because i actually used an octave pedal to add an octave lower. I'll mess around with the idea but i think that might just be a subjective thing.

I kind of like the raw sound on the drums, but i didn't play around with it much so I'll definitely see what i can do with some reverb on there, thanks for the suggestion.

That sound is actually my fingers slipping on the guitar strings, I never noticed it before but it does sound like a car locking haha. I might rerecord the riff, or I'll just leave it in there. maybe just cut it out of the track in the mix file. We'll see

Thanks for the advice!