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May 6, 2017 | 8:08 PM EDT
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2.9 MB
1 min 27 sec
3.22 / 5.00

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Rated 3.22 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Here's another shitty track for y'all. But hey, at least I tried this time! As always, enjoy.

Hopefully in a few weeks, they won't be as shitty. Reason 9.5 will ship with VST support, which'll make my music production process just that much easier. Only thing I'll need is money, which could be a rather large obstacle to surmount. I'm also limited by my awful PC specifications-- another obstacle that's expensive to bypass.

Maybe I'll open up a PayPal sometime, and you fuckers can donate. But more than likely, I'll just look locally for some steady cash flow. Probably bagging groceries and the like.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Bro idk but if I were you I would add like some animals or anything arguing over the beat that would be dope!!
Not bad at all unique in its own way...I found the melody interesting in between good and eh...meaning is alright! I like that telephone sound is pretty cool!
Keep it up no matter what anyone says!


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Wow, hate to pretty much copy your comment on my stuff but, well, sound design is bad, arrangement is bad, insturments are boring, beat is lame, can't pick out anything good about this song.

Auretilex responds:

You're an immature brat who just can't take criticism, are you? I don't think you're in any place to talk about what arrangement is, by the way.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

LUL reason finally getting vst support

Also you dont need money, anything is free if you look hard enough ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

Nonetheless I see potential, keep it up!

Auretilex responds:

Yeah, LMAO, it's about time. I mean of course they're doing this at great cost since before, Reason had a reputation as a crash-free environment. But I'm still sort of pissed that they said they would "never" implement it, yet here they are.

And of course, anything is free, but I've slowly become anti-piracy (the Rack Extension marketplace basically made it impossible for me to pirate something, but I'm not actively against anybody pirating something. I used to do the same). So I'm hoping I can keep that honor. Serum's rent-to-own plan with Splice seems nice so I think I'll start on that, come May 29th.

Thanks as always for the review.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I like the gritty bass and the raw-sounding percussion. The cat sample was a nice touch at :28. I think you're missing a lot of higher frequencies in here. Even if you're going for a really bass-heavy track, I think transposing those pads up an octave would make this piece sound a bit more full-textured. Still, you've showed off a great sense of rhythm and harmony. The piece has a nice constant drive to it, while simultaneously feeling pretty ominous and apprehensive, like a zombie house party. I'd love to see you turn this into a full-length track. Could use a dubstep bridge or something. Keep it up, dude! ;)