=== This is an NGAUC Audition Round Review ===
When I first saw your track, I was like, "Hmm, this guy's name is EverReverb. That does not bode well for mixing." Well, congrats on making me EAT MY WORDS. This track is a really really solid techno track. The composition is really solid and the mixing (ha) is stellar. Right when I was starting to think it was getting tiring, you totally switch it up (at 3:30). I would perhaps prefer a new chord progression to be introduced at some point or maybe a stronger melody, but I'm not going to lie; this song is very good. I feel like in the old days of the portal, you could have been one of those guys who got really popular making energetic, speedy techno (like dimrain47 and the rest). Instead, you're in the underdogs division. Bummer. Well, whatever. Congrats on the great song!
Mini-scores (See http://johnfn.newgrounds.com/news/post/936953 for what this means and how to improve)
Overall (this is not an average): 9/10
Yeah, I know my name xD Actually i came up with it back when i still abused reverb. Thank god I seem to have grown out of it :P (But i will still keep it cause I think it sounds cool...)
One of the biggest obstacles I'm always facing with composition is indeed switching chord progressions smoothly. Often it tends to sound almost as if the song would fell apart... But that's only something to practise!
I was afraid that the section at 1:57 was sounding too muddy with the arp piling up with the saw, but fortunately that seems to not be the case.
And I am deeply honoured by your thoughts. Newgrounds techno acts as a major source of inspiration and energy for me :)
Thank you for your detailed review and encouraging words! This really keeps me motivated :)
YEAY NEW TRACK <3333
I like the Space style u put into this :D
Yep, finally an original track after what, seven months? ._.
Thanks :) This was actually my first real attempt at techno.
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