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Jan 31, 2016 | 3:24 PM EST
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4.5 MB
3 min 57 sec
0 / 5.00

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Some dubstep shit for your ears. I'm still pretty new at dubstep, so if have experience with this genre. Please, give me any tips you can.
Regarding my current situation: I am doing quite alright, so there is no need to worry. If you are confused, read the description of Amity.
Thanks for listening c:
I just realized how fucking loud the sub is. Shit, I'll fix that soon. Sorry guys. I use audio balancing monitors 90% of the time and I forgot to do my headphone benchmark, my bad :/



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I definitely am loving this . Throw on a game where im just grinding and sit back and listen Also GOES GREAT with beat buddy and Frederick evil strikes back game. Keep up the good work.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty sexy - you should aim on developing the flow, adding more melodic elements, but all in all its a solid track ;) nice work

MollusK-Music responds:

This was just kind of a pet project I never aimed to put into a solid track. I began with the drop and I decided; since I liked it for some reason, to make it into a full track. I'm a pretty lazy guy so I thought, take the key of the song, make a melody, boom! Fucking song. So the way I worked was 85% drop 15% everything else. Though, I completely agree, and as such, I am working on making more melodic stuff so I can teach myself a little music theory as well. Y'know, Since I don't know any.

Cheers, man. Thanks for the review c:


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wow, at first I thought this was some random guy but then I saw lucoraf comment and I was shocked that this was gd condor. This is pretty awesome, i like the basses, especially the squarey one that comes in at exactly 1:10. Dubstep with just mainstream (but good sounding) growls are pretty cool, but not that interesting and unique anymore. I really like what you did with that squarified bass, though. For being new to this genre, you're much much much better than I was at the time I was getting into it. Keep it up m8 :)

MollusK-Music responds:

I'm glad you like it. Yes, there's much to learn, such as not fucking up my sub bass so much and making more variation when it comes to changing from growl to growl. Though, my excuse for that is that I was already using like 15 serum channels and I didn't want my potato powered computer to die cx