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Mar 29, 2017 | 5:00 PM EDT
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2.8 MB
3 min 31 sec
Score
2.00 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 2.00 / 5 stars
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525 Plays | 28 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
Tags:
speed
techno
hyper
electronic

Author Comments

I've discovered an amazing sounding piano-ish thing using FL keys and a little bit of reverb.
Also some (read: a LOT) of sytrus presets, but enough of that FL Studio talk.

I had musicians block (writers block but for musicians) and couldnt really think of anything but remixes but now ive made this so yay

If you have an NG account and are reading this please leave a rate or a review or something

Reviews


TroisnyxTroisnyx

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

This song sounds......... flat. You're probably using defaults, as am I, but you have not learnt the ever so beautiful technique of EQ. Originally I thought this was a hip-hop song. And the sad thing is, I know what you're intending to get with this song. Without the EQ, where you isolate certain frequencies and bring them out, the entire song becomes a flat, muddy mess.

And since when did techno songs have dubstep wubs? Shouldn't this have been put under dubstep in the end? You may want to drop the other instruments, or EQ them well, for this section.

Notice that I said the word "EQ" A LOT. Good mixing can go a long way. I would go into the how and why, but it'd be impossible to do so especially when I have pictorial examples. If ever you need help, PM me or even just post a thread in the audio forum about it; there will be at least a few people willing to help.


FyreDrakon responds:

So the distinction between techno and dubstep is the wubs. Makes sense, now that I think about it.
I'll take you up on your offer, if you don't mind.


ColumbersColumbers

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This isn't really my genre of music (I'm a cinematic composer), but I think this could be a bit better.
1) I'd try making sure the bass notes are the roots of the chords- this would clash less with the chords because the bass had a lot of overtones.
2) If I were you, I'd experiment with chords a bit. Especially since the chord progression repeats so much, changing one or two chords could make for an interesting moment. I'd also try using a bit of dissonance, such as 7th chords and stuff, occasionally. Nice song, actually!



Mydogbuddy7Mydogbuddy7

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad, maybe pump up the drums a little


FyreDrakon responds:

i had a limiter on, and couldn't pump up the drums without the audio clipping