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Fizzy Frost Ice (NGUAC 2020)

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Hello! Simple dubstep song, inspired by "Give it Up" from Knife Party

Maded with Serum

Maked for NGUAC 2020 Tryouts

Can be used anywhere, and copied

If you want .FLP file, i can send it to ya

Accepting any critics!

Holy... 500 listens... I couldnt imagine it, thanks everybody!

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This is amazing! Very good synths you got going on there! The drop though is a little unrelated to the melody, just a little. Still pretty good!

Hey nice song you got there i really like it can you make it i can use it in geometry dash please i love this music track so much :)))) tank you!.

chris-marcell responds:

i've allowed external API use. Waiting for moderators...

Some nice polyrhythms going on, everything building off of itself until the drop. I can't really say I'm a huge fan of that section or the one following. That's a little disjunct for me, augmented chords. Then we go back into the drops.

I find myself thinking, there's got to be something different with the drop we can do, in terms of lead writing. And I really think that is where you stand the most to gain from studying. You know how to use samples and structures. But we go from major chords with stacked intervals on the verses and intros to a monophonic drop on diminished intervals, to augmented stabs. I'm trying to put them together as one cohesive thing in my brain and it's not really working.

You might find some videos from Signals Music Studios on writing melody and harmony a good study -- they're not bogged down in music theory too much, so if you don't know it, it won't stop you from learning, but I think it will help you get the cohesive, weird vibe you're going for, without making what sounds like parts of three different songs and putting them together :)

Thanks for coming out to NGUAC, and congrats on the front page!

chris-marcell responds:

thanks for you review, i realli appreciate tht!


feels like the living tombstone, and this is great

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3.44 / 5.00

Jul 26, 2020
6:36 AM EDT
File Info
13.8 MB
6 min 1 sec

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