Its not bad, I like it. I like how the original is called "Asian Kung-Fu Generation" lol. From the start up to 23 seconds, its just what? A clicking/typing sound effects? Then it jumps right into the song. Where was the build up or at least hype? It just jumps right into the music after 23 seconds. However, 23 seconds isn't that bad of a time frame drag. Had you dragged it for 30 seconds+ It would've made it really pale. I feel this sounds more like you're leaning towards Trance but the fact you keep looping it and the one major note difference towards the end at 3:32 and lasts like 3 seconds. Thats kinda where its like, eh.... Maybe if you used the last note in between parts of the song as a high rise and low drop keeping the beat going instead of looping it. Probably would've kept a good head movement. Overall not bad, I still like it.
The original was also called Re:Re:, but the band that made the original song is Asian Kung-Fu Generation XD (I love their band name)
It's a ticking clock with a hear moniter in the background. There is also the sound of being in the train and rain. There is also music playing as if it's coming out of a player system.
//shrugs// Was trying something new XD
But the effects weren't really the actual build up, it's when we enter the song that's the build up
Also, in the center is a heartbeat (and faintly, but still there was a clock chiming 12 ), with more ticking.
Then at the end with the flat line and clock still moving on.
I'll keep what you said in mind for the next that I may revisit this piece owo)b (cause I admit I was having too much fun just throwing things together XD))
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