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Nov 9, 2016 | 11:39 PM EST
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9.3 MB
8 min 8 sec
4.81 / 5.00

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Rated 4.81 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

I wanted to make a melody and finish it scratch on stream. I made this! Sorry for the dubstep part. I didn't really try to make it sound good. At least it's not as bad as Panie Wyslu's dubstep...

Please use this in geometry dash. It'll show lots of support.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

This has a good and depressed kind of feeling to it, and most of it went to a simple and major beat, and then dropped with FL Keys, and turns to a depressed symbol to the song.

While the song leads to a repeated version of the song, it's still fine, because the melody never gets old. And with that comes many appropriate volume changes and cutoff changes, making the song as a whole, become a masterpiece within itself. Good job.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

its good. original mindset, passionate. I like the changes.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is trance (electronic) by the way, so please recategorize that.

For the intro, either make the snare louder, or don't bring it at all. Less Nexus presets (try Serum!), a little of high-pass EQ, less detune, make the main lead have a higher part (copy and paste it one octave higher) and add a gritty, loud(fat), side-chained bass synth halfway through the chorus. There is a bass, but it's too weak!

Also, don't ask people to use this in Geometry Dash! People will use it if they want, don't ask them to give you attention. Fix your tags as well. Second of all, barely anyone will use an 8-minute track in a level.

Rating: Decent, needs improvement.

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WasderNoob-MatiasSWA responds:

Thanks for the feedback. I'll try harder, I don't use nexus and I'm to young to buy VST's. I think that raising the octave for one of the leads would be to ear 'wrenching' in my opinion. Also Geometry Dash has a feature called offset and also freedom :P Nobody will want to make an 8,7 or even 2 minute level, but they can end the song and build off whenever they want.

Thanks for the feedback!