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Operation: G.A.M.E.S.C.A.P.E.

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This is my solo entry or CHIPS X: Dream Compo and my second entry for Dubstep Wars! I decided to take a WHOLE NEW TURN for this song, and it seems like that everyone has a fond of my new nasty bass drop. Enjoy this nasty bass! ;)

NOTE: THIS IS NOT DUBSTEP. THIS IS KNOWN AS HOUSE COMPLEXTRO.

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Lol I don't know how to make that growls in LMMS!

JordanKyser responds:

Neither did I at first, but you will learn how to like I did ;)

Good Stuff:

1. The drums are Great! i love the progression, especially when you add a snare.

2. I like the build. it has nice sounds and kicks flowing throughout the song.

3. The build's EQing was nice. Start with a low pass, and then make it go higher and higher.

4. Exactly the way i'd have done a build.

5.

Stuff To Work On:

1. There is no real low bass in the intro, so it feels quite empty.

2. EQing could've done better in the intro, but further on it's great!

3. The drop was a bid disappointing, as there were no drums until the second half. Add a kick in the first half, and then just layer a snare in the second.

4. the breakdown was just a repetition of the intro... in my new song (subtle adverting), it's the same thing, but i added a tempo change (not to distracting when you think about it...) and some EQ'd growls in the second half.

5. I would've added an outro instead of just ending with a drop. it just sounds more professional.

I still like this though. 3.5 stars for being good, but not the BEST song... though only one in the world really is... Keep doing this though, and you'l make even better music soon!

AMAZAING :D

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JordanKyser
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Uploaded
Nov 6, 2017
7:17 AM EST
Genre
House
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5.6 MB
4 min 54 sec
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  • LMMS

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