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Feb 19, 2016 | 11:26 AM EST
File Info
3.9 MB
3 min 26 sec
4.19 / 5.00

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Rated 4.19 / 5 stars
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752 Plays | 14 Downloads
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Author Comments

I know it's kind of repetitive, but hey... You're in a desert, there is sand everywhere, and everywhere you look, it looks the same: sand... sand... sand... water! oh, sand...

Oh, and you're in space (weird FM-bass robot/industrial sounds make sense). Why space?
Check out that link, and you'll know why :)

Any reviews, comments or impressions of this song are very welcome. It's not compulsory of course. I'm already happy if you listened ;)

Stay awesome,



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I not like the part 0:00-0:43 I like the orchestral part but this song is repetitive

BlastBeats responds:

You're right, this is repetitive indeed. My main focus was the sound design, and the quality. But after I got this harmony, I couldn't make variations that sounded good, but on the other hand, I wanted to publish it, because I really liked my improvements qualitywise.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like the dirty sounds, the orchestral part is GREAT, too.
Do you use FL? If you do, you probably did the dirty sound with Autogun or Serum (serum is used in other editors, if i made a mistake about FL).
If not, what program do you use?
I would like to make some orchestral dubstep or something like that.

One more thing: I should really copy/paste that last part of the desc of your song XD

BlastBeats responds:

I use FL12 producer edition. All sounds except the piano were made using sytrus and harmor. The rest is just samples and soundfronts. Even the dirtier sounds were made in sytrus. I analysed how certain presets got their timbre using FM, and used that to create this. Unfortunately, the basses still sound pretty similar to some presets.
Good luck with the dubstep thing!