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Uploaded
Feb 13, 2016 | 11:36 AM EST
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Song
2.4 MB
2 min 36 sec
Score
3.16 / 5.00

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Rated 3.16 / 5 stars
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706 Plays | 53 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
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This song was so fun to make

Reviews


Doublechindoge7Doublechindoge7

Rated 4 / 5 stars

It's rare to see a good dubstep song in the unscouted area...

I was discouraged by the 5 seconds of silence at the beginning and the very slow start, but that was surprisingly good! The beginning is ok, but doesn't deserved to be looped so many times, but the speaking bass is what got me off-guard... I expected something really generic or really atonal, but I got something with a somewhat unique sound that sounded very well mastered, if a bit quiet...

The only major complaint I have with this is how the whole song sounds muffled, Like (if you were you FL Studio to make this) you went to the master mixer track and just slapped Maximus on and sucked the whole track of high frequencies. If your track has a lack of any frequency range it can really change the tone; low frequencies create a presence, an atmosphere, they fill the gaps and are the most influential when It comes to mood; mid frequencies are the base of your sound and are really clear and easily heard, yet a bit boring; finally high frequencies exaggerate the sounds that need it and give life to the track.

By having low and mid frequencies, you've created a track with a great mood, but no life. It sounds droning and hollow, The bass wobbles have blended into the rest of the composition! What really shows the consequence is the bells, they sound great don't they? It's because they have high frequencies that make them stick out, the bells are more noticeable than bass wobbles! I've been listening to this on loop while I've been writing this and a couple of times I tuned it out in my head and then I heard the bells, but I didn't even realise I was already listening to the drop!

Final complaint: The beginning goes on for so long, you had so much time to add a more epic, atmospheric uplifter taking advantage of the orchestral style, but no, it's just a quick drum loop fades in shoehorned in at the last bar...

I actually liked this (I mean I gave it 4 stars) but I just had a lot of criticisms to get outta me...


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NeonRage responds:

I'm very loopy


BrandonVerstegeBrandonVerstege

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is actually quite fantastic. My favorite part was ~0:48


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NeonRage responds:

Thanks!

Keep this a secret but I spelled Stairs wrong


PurplegazePurplegaze

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Absolutely amazing beginning, but I think the song should get a bit more intense as time goes by and have a more grand finale. Other than that, I loved it.


NeonRage responds:

Thanks for the review, will try better next time


larrynachoslarrynachos

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty cool! What software do you use?


NeonRage responds:

All of them


PianoreGDPianoreGD

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is so fucking amazing! Reminds me of Xtrullor (check him out!)


NeonRage responds:

Xtrullor is amazing, my fav is ichor