I'd be inclined to call it chilled house or techno. It reminds me of the band Leftfield, with those cool arps and repetitive synth mini sweeps. Really nice progression, the pads help the track float along nicely! Good co-ordination between all the high frequency parts you have going on.
The thing that bugs me a little bit is the double timed snare. It feels a little bit overenergetic for a mellow ambientish track such as this. i feel the 2 and the 4 is where the snare belongs.
Ooops, forgot to mention, that gurgling almost acid fx at the transition is a good choice.
Good mellow bell melody. Almost sounds a little bit sinister against the backdrop of the pads which flutter a little bit against the major key as the song progresses. Thats pretty cool, i almost didn't realise it happened, it was so gradual!
Well, a solid track man, a fine effort!
Yeah... I'm not all that good with genres. =\ I'd also have to agree with your comments on the snare... they almost made the song seem twice as fast. Hah!
Actually, most of what you mention in the last paragraph was hardly intentional... but glad you like it anyway. =P Thanks for reviewing.
Cool fluttery sound to kick the track off. Like some kind of trance butterfly or something :)
Nice synth brass down low setting the scene.
Nice timing to bring in the bass and the filtered arp, good bringing up up of the arp in the mix.
Wow, this is some build, I wonder where its going! Oh, the track finished :P It felt like you were going to drop in the complete drum kit and launch into a full on trance track. Well, maybe next time :)
Sounding very polished man, but it didn't reach to where I felt that it was going!
Lol yes I did not finish this one yet, but you gave me a good idea of what i should do when I come out with a new version of it. Thanks for the review. I really appreciate it :).
You've got some cool noises in there. Alien bugs crawling through pipes to capture people to feed to the queen, thats the kind of vibe I get.
Maybe consider adding some glitchy beats and turning it into a dull on abstract electronica track? That would be cool.
Good originality. But dont hold back. Pile more stuff in there. I can imagine more eerie drones and random, dischordant spikes really suiting this track.
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This Was A Crazy Experiment I Did To
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Hey, I want that cool Pacman sound! hehe...it adds a comical dimension to the track.
The beats are solid, and the one you bring in after the trance lead is funky fresh.
Nice chords here, nice grainy kind of quality to them when they hit the lower notes.
Man, I think there was a lot of potential to expand with that chord sequence. If you bring back the intial melody, and chuck in some extra blips and bleeps and stuff I'd be rocking out for hours.
It seemed to finish, just when it was getting ready to unleash pure video game joy.
Also, dont forget the bassline.
Well, keep going man. This is solid stuff.
Thanks for the review maybe I could make a better version of this song going by what you said.
Love your audio man!
Well, after hearing all the funky wah-wah guitars in this track, the name makes a world of sense, hehe.
Cruisey, cool bassline and the funk loop is classic. The open hi hat at the end of every bar completes the groove nicely.
I enjoy the interactions of the guitars a lot. One thing missing in my opinion, is such instrument keeping the chord progression going. I mean everything is playing in key, but I just miss the organ or keyboard keeping the chords flowing. Good crashes to keep the interest up, maybe some snare fills or something to go with it? Woah, the ending is a bit sharp!
I defintely like a bit of funk, this kept me entertained. Nice one!
do you think you can give me a song to listen to so i can get an idea of what to do with the organ or keybored?
i would apreciate it : )
thanks for ur review
Bit of an old-school electro feel with this one, with the phat double kick patterns at the start of the track. The snare seems a little bit quiet.
The track follows a lot of twists and turns, its hard to keep track. The rhythm does establish some good consistency which is always a good thing for techno.
Well, what was the experiment? I'm guessing you increased the length of the decay of the synths volume envelope as the track progressed.
Well, keep going. You're on the right track with your percussion, and there's a couple of cool melodic ideas in there. Just bring a little bit more order to the track and work on making a couple of cool, simple riffs instead of a huge solo!
Thanks for the review! Um, the experiment was with testing how the decay works with different volumes/drive. I don't think I have the same program as everyone else does (D-lusion RubberDuck and DrumStation) so there will be some not so great songs coming from me for a while.
Sorry about the melodies and organization of my songs, I just can's stand the same beat over and over again :P
Hey, make d@b if you want to. I can see that you want to create a high energy, active track, but the downside is that its easy for things to overlap too much and sound incoherent.
For a start, the inital bass sequence is clipping, and the progression is quite strange.
The bubbly bass that follows is much more stable and could last for a tracks duration. it clashes a bit with the initial bass.
Nice effort to make some original drums, but you'll want to do some research about the two-step drum pattern. Four snares in a bar is a little bit hectic man. And the kick is lost in the mix, I dont know how many you've got in there.
So, in summary, this one needs a lot of work. But dont be as pessimistic as your song description says.
Alright, thanks for your input :D I don't really have too much experience with DnB, and I thought this sounded like shit when it was finished (didn't even really bother finishing it, more of an experiment if you will) I'll probably take a break from DnB, or at least things as fast as 200 bpm. Thanks for the review.
for a movie?
Sounds quite cinematic G9! The phat saws work well at achieving at epic but mysterious feeling, and the piano is simple but carries with the chord progression well, as does the female choir section.
There was however, a bit off fuzz in the recording when the saws left? Might want to have a second look at the mixer because my ears think they hear a bit of clipping.
Yeah... there's some kind of static. Not sure how to fix...
Thanks for the line!
intense beats man
I can dig it. Full marks for variety and track development.
My favourite part has to be the second half with that rolling, pulsing bass. Love those distorted vocals. It adds some awesome high frequencies. Definitely a great groove here.
Hoovers..why not?! :) nice...
That harsh snare pattern at the end of every bar is a good continuous element in the track. Keeps things moving. Would have loved to hear a bit of variation in those distorted patterns though. I can imagine it breaking into a full on 'glitch carnival'!
Well man, an enjoyable listen. My only complaint was that even though it is noizecore, I dont know if the master channel should clip? My mixers redlighting!
95% of the industrial stuff I've heard clips like crazy XD
I put on a Soft Clipper so you wouldn't get any peaking almost no matter how loud I go with it, gotta love it :P
thx for the review, glad to hear someone liking this, noizecore:You either love it or you hate it, no real middle ground
You've certainly achieved a wafting, drifting BOC feel. Very nice guitar riff. Goes together perfect with the bass.
Aaah, the electronics, this is what we came here to see! Really nice harmonizations of the pads, and the simple timing maintains the drifting away/melancholy feel.
Really nice sparkly solo sound here, some really nice 'bluesy' notes in there. Hey, ARE you BOC? :)
Nice, the guitar and the solo instrument sound great playing without the beat.
And the loop.
Well, congratz man. The song isn't complex but its extremely effective and gels together well.
Hehe, no I'm not BoC (although I wish I was)
Well, I had been listening to "The Campfire Headphase". I loved how they mixed there ambient style with simple guitar riffs and tones.
I have always wanted to include guitars into my music, but was never really sure how to do it, with what I make.
I kept most of it pretty simple. Even the guitar part is simple 3 not rotation.
Thanks for the review man =)
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