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May 30, 2017 | 2:35 PM EDT
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3.3 MB
2 min 23 sec
4.78 / 5.00

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Rated 4.78 / 5 stars
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Where is light, there is also happiness and delight.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Get out.
This is no place to be for somebody so skilled like you man. :D
If I would know it better I'd say you stole this track, shit dude, if something sounds amazingly good I don't even look that much on music theory. I mean the picazzo strings at the ending was just the tip of the iceberg. I like your style kid, go on man! Go on, this shit is great.

One last thing - "Hybrid" is a word I see so much and it annoys me in the music genre. I don't fucking care if you drive a hybrid but that shit has nothing to do in the music Genre. If something's not exisitng and something's part of other Genres, it's not a fucking hybrid, it's a new fucking genre. There is no such thing as a hybrid in Music. Get that in your head.

5/5 - would jizz agaaaah- I mean would play again

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

The song starts of with a pretty nice synth riff, followed by a countermelody. Everything is seen through rose colored glasses, and the laughing sample adds to that effect. Drums set in, and I am not inside a typical 'four to the floor' beat, but something a bit more sophisticated. Another melody sets in at 0:34, however, the supposedly dropout/gating effects seem to be poorly excecuted. The whole impact that was build up until now gets lost.
A new part is instroduced quickly with a new melody, but the harmonic material stays too similar. Even though it changed a bit, I would've picked the parallel harmony of C-Major, meaning a-minor, to create a bit more of a separation effect. If you make such a break, take the opportunity. After a short time we fall back into the introductiory riff. Nice to still having the shakers that have been there from the very start. I dig them. We come back to the... lets call it "chorus" part with the "gating/dropout" part afterwards.
It calms down and... pizzicato strings? In a large hall? In this speed and with this 'accuracy', it seems to be a literal death for this track. There is no reason why this is happening, and it feels like it just did, so the creator could add the tag "orchestral" to it. Overall very well executed, a bit too short though.

Again I am coming across a piece that lacks punch for the sake, or the attempt, of loudness. Again a track looses a lot of it's charme by overcompression, or rather the wrong setup of the final compressors/limiters/'soundgoodizer'. I can only advice to refrain from overboosting your tracks. If your reference is louder, turn your reference down with a gain plugin and don't take part in that sensless and overly unmusical process of 'mastering it to fuck'. Please please please!!!

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