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The King [7000] The King [7000]

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good Vocal Slicing...

I can't say I loved Michael Jackson as a fan, but he did had great musics. This remix of your is actually pretty slick. Nice sample slicing, using, what it seems, an ol' Jackson's 5 voice sample. I think you should have made it a little more variable, seems too much of the same the whole music, but the usage of those vocals fits the melody perfectly.

Just the end could have been less harsh, maybe some more subtlety.

The harp sound seems OK at beginning, but it would be nice to have some extra variants of it too, changing tones, pitching up or down maybe. Overall, a good addition, something I was looking again to hear after it went away from the top week songs =D


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Sandman FX Sandman FX

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I liked it...

Good quality Dubstep, but, in my opinion, if the kick was harder, to contrast with a Dubstep subgenre, it would be better. Nice work anyway =D


axeFX responds:

uhh? this isnt dubstep dude.


Ice Cream (Full Mix) Ice Cream (Full Mix)

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hum...

I'm giving 8 because you are making the song decently, even so it seems the so-called Epic Trance. Some synth are too cheesy in my opinion, but the lolipop idea is nice. You really need a better kick, for real, that dry kick you put there isn't passing a nice kicking sensation, and its on a low volume, should pump it up.

Its a well build music overall, but the problem, more of a opinion, is that it sounds REALLY cheesy, isnt my kind of song. I believe you could change some synth to become less cheesy and improve the percussion.

Nice work anyhow...


Teck071 responds:

Whole idea was to be cheesy man.

Hahahaha glad you recognise that.

Sounds fine as it is thanks.


Sky Forest Sky Forest

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Hum, tem idea is decent, but...

there still is work to be done. Those percussions seem so lame (not the pattern build, the percussion sounds themselves), they aren't something that would keep me motivated too much. Try changing those, you might get a good result. Add some FX to a sonic type songs is also good (but not FX from Sonic games themselves, try something that would add up to such a game)...

Melody is decent, but I can see room for improvement there...

Keep working


Ritz190 responds:

thanx for your input, man. always looking for constructive criticism. yeah, it was a quick project since i only had 20 minutes per use of the computer i was usuing. i may recreate the song on fruityloops and add better parts. thanks again man!


.HLS. Tribute to Trance .HLS. Tribute to Trance

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Quite nice, but...

I feel some stuff missing. Some Snare build ups to add some more groove in determinate parts, some extra percussions for the same purpose (The percussion is decent, but it doesnt variate at all along the whole music, which I think its important), maybe even some more Kick cuts before a new 8/8 sequence comes to play.

Decent melody, the music, as a whole, is between Progressive and Uplifting Trance (More like Uplifting), but also needs some extra variation I believe, but is nicely made, really smooth and quite well built...

Keep up the good work...


heartless1298 responds:

Thanks!


&amp;gt;&amp;lt;Connection&amp;gt;&amp;lt; ><Connection><

Rated 4 / 5 stars

It really feels like rap, but...

I really don't think those synthetics synth are appropriate. Maybe something organic, or, at least, a little lighter but synthetic. Its odd, feels like rap, but doesn't sound perfectly as rap for me...

But it has nice beats, real rap style. Keep working!



[ f ] Hold My Hand [ f ] Hold My Hand

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm impressed...

Seemed, at first, some classical remix (almost Chrono Trigger like), but once the beat went in, I could imagine someone singing on this. Might be a good result if it happens.

Well done!


flashmac responds:

Yeah your right.... Thanks


Highly Volitile Highly Volitile

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I liked the melody, but...

this is more a breakbeat song then a DnB song. DnB gives heavy enphasis on a tremendoulsy brokenbeat, with a low predictability, and heavy Bass arrangements. I'd define this as Electronica, but not as DnB.

7 because its a real decent song, could use some heavier, stronger Kicks for tempo marking, but you know 8/8 sequences, and how to mark them real nice.

Good Job.


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Dj-Rec0il responds:

i know what kind of style the music is, i made it after all :P but due to the fact there wasn't any category named Breakbeat i uploaded it in DnB and be, and if you look closely on the ctaegorys youll se that DnB is classified as electronica :D

well thanks for listening and i hope you njoyd it :)


MH16: At The North MH16: At The North

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I liked it, but...

You seem to have abbused a little on Reverbs. Some channels seem to be overlapping others. Try lowering down some of those FXs, and put some compressors to compensate if needed.


FairSquare responds:

Thanks for the advice!

MH16


Get in the HOUSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Get in the HOUSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

The spirit seems right, but...

the body isn't that good.

Simple synths might be good, but only if the song, as a whole, feels complete with this simplicity. I see too much simple, in all, percussion, bass, main synth. No FX at all, a single patern of percussion too, for and indefinite amount of time, it makes the song lame.

Try using other synth softwares for Bass, for instance. Main Synth is decent, but can have more work on it. Percussion is the real problem. You could use a lot more, to give the music more groove and feeling, which is missing here...

Try working harder on the percussion, and you might see a difference there...

5 for heading on the right direction...


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