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Reviews for "Rig - Am I Cool Yet?"

Best use of cardboard ever?

I think so.

Rig responds:

What about cardboard airplanes? HMMM?

Well damn!

This is really bad-ass man! I looove nasty bass and this song comes with a plentiful amount. lol I've heard a lot of your tunes and they're actually really good. You should seriously look into getting signed dude, THAT would be bad-ass.

Thanks for uploading, can't wait to hear more :)

Rig responds:

And more you shall get.

This song

Perfect song to play Unreal Tournament with...
That bass man, KILLER!!!!
Deadly dood.

rig i love you

this is truly a masterpiece, i really liked trolled and this is a tru rig song for real! its magic how you juggle with sounds, like your glass experiment... i was stunned! you would be a great sound designer imo, they do nothing but recording sounds and changing them with soft and hardware for the game- and film-industry. dead space is a great example for this:

for the song: i like everything about it, i like the stereotyped beginning with the amen break, the 8bit sounds, the drumset, the idea that u used a cardboard for the bass and really DID something to create it and this is about 346 levels above software and hardware basslines for me _ol

use more experimenting, if you got a good mic (and i think you do) you have to USE it! do more of this, use different sounds, destroy your house and record it, beat your fist on a wall and modify it for a kickdrum or throw nuts at a piece of paper and you have some nice unique percussion or maybe a clap sound with more filtering. I would really like to hear more of this from you :D

Rig responds:

I recorded a bunch more sounds at the same time as that cardboard clip...maybe I'll remake this song and use some of them. :)

I love you

I do. This is a real DnB song for once.

That bass kicks ass. Now I'm actually gonna try that cardboard thing...

~boney-man (now Ackute)