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Abyssal Dance ~ Dragged Down By Her Charm

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Jun 10, 2017 | 1:27 PM EDT
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7.3 MB
7 min 57 sec
3.94 / 5.00

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Rated 3.94 / 5 stars
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"Remember the Megalodon? Well, i think it was the pet of someone... "

Phew, i could finish this song. I think i delayed a little bit, to be honest. A few ideas came up my mind and i could make this very rhythmic song. I decide to use the beat effect again. But in the way, i discovered a plugin that could let me use voice sounds, so the first thing i thought after hearing it was ... mermaids! or sea maidens, whatever. The result was a hardcore malicious song, but again, with a lot of rhythm. I was struggling with the name of this song XD. Well, with nothing more to say, enjoy and give feedback!

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

The guitar at the beginning sounds pretty inauthentic. The progression is pretty good, although I think the piano melodies and guitars occasionally clash. The open hats are pretty cliche, and I think you really needed some structural relief in here after a while. In a way, this comes at 2:35, but I think it should’ve come sooner. Eight minutes is a LONG piece, and as I see it you have the melodies at 1:00 - 2:30 segmented into 3 or 4 parts with transitions, and you only really need 1 or 2 in there. The piece has a constant frantic energy until 4:25, and I think that energy needed to yield to some structural relief sooner. That said, 4:32 sounds like a very different piece, especially with the ocean wave samples. I would’ve liked to see you foreshadow that part by introducing those instruments or themes earlier in the piece. The panning at 5:15 is a neat idea, although I think you have overdone it a bit. That kind of extreme panning to one side should only really be used in transitional moments. Also, at 6:37, it sounds like the open hats are getting distorted by the other instruments in the mix, and I can barely hear the kick either. This piece really doesn’t have enough structural variety to justify its being this long, though. I think that’s my best problem with it, although I also think you could’ve made your melodies a lot more memorable by slowing down the pacing and varying the rhythm a bit more. On the other hand, my favorite elements of the piece were the rich texture and catchy riffs throughout the piece. Keep at it, man. ;)