Au5 - Freefall (ft. Cristina Soto) Pianore Remix

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Uploaded
Jan 29, 2017 | 10:33 PM EST
File Info
Song
7.9 MB
4 min 56 sec
Score
3.90 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

*Cover / remake of a third-party piece.
Excercise caution when using it, refer to author comments / contact the author for details.

Score:
Rated 3.90 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
606 Plays | 14 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
Tags:
bass
melodic
au5
pianore

Author Comments

This is the first song with vocals that I made. Enjoy <3
Original: https://soundcloud.com/gravitas-recordings/au5-freefall-ft-cristina-soto

Synths:

3xOsc
Sytrus
Razor
Harmless
Massive
Sampler
Qin RV
Mini Erhu

Mixers:

Fruity Reeverb 2
Fruity Parametrics 2
Fruity Limiter
Maximus
Wave Shaper
Fruity delay 2

This work took me around 60 hours

Reviews


RaffikaTDMRaffikaTDM

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Everybody could say that beginning is 10 times better than Au5 one. All the song has totally a different atmosphere from the original one. The original one's intention was to make you dance, but this is just perfection on melodic dubstep.
Drop is not perfect, but I couldnt have done it better.
You did it this time, Pianore.


PianoreGD responds:

Thanks for the review! Au5 has always been my favorite producer ever and this song was for his remix contest. Sadly this song was a bit late so it was disqualified(I think, I'm not sure tho). Anyways, I agree with what you said


NeonRageNeonRage

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The drop is amazing....


PianoreGD responds:

If would be more amazing if you start making songs again


ChaelMusicChaelMusic

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The transition with the 1/4 kick could be a little better. Drops don't impact very well and the lead arrangement is a little strange in this remix.

The basses sounds like they were made by someone not too familiar with their synths yet (which is fair) and the overall mix could be much better.

I found that there may have been a little too much reverb at the beginning (use it sparingly).

Also add some more impacts and white noise down-lifters/up-lifters because they really help for transitions (make sure they are not too loud though).

Make sure your basses are not too loud (you really want that kick and snare to punch, so make sure your side chain is effective too).

The idea of the remix is right. The piano composition you added is pretty damn good too. Continue to work on your sound design and mixing. Also remember to consider if the samples you are using sound good in the context of the track you are making as well. Keep this up, and feel free to ask for any clarification.