All 6 audio Reviews

Steppin' on Legos Steppin' on Legos

Rated 5 / 5 stars

What the hell have I just listened to?

I love it.

DigohD responds:

Thanks man!

I take no responsibility for mental issues that might arise from listening ;)

Fat Dog Fat Dog

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I'm surprised you haven't yet been scouted for the audio portal yet.

Anyway, overall, the track is composed well, though I'm a bit iffy about some of the instrument choices, namely the one used for the melody which begins at 0:30. This might just be that I don't listen to a lot of club music, so I can't really say much about it. Fade-ins are used well and allow the song to transition smoothly from section to section. The part at 1:45 is probably my favorite section of the song; it's powerful and the build-up really sold it.

I don't really have any concerns about the quality of the track. One only has to listen to see that you put a lot of effort into this.

Well done.

Monolith 1 (Work in Progress) Monolith 1 (Work in Progress)

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I think it's a great start! The dramatic, building effect of the reversed instrumentation definitely peaks around the time the track ends, which would be a great place to come in with something powerful.

Since the track is so short, there's really not much else I can say about it. Overall, it sounds pretty good for the opening of a song. I'm looking forward to seeing what future updates (or the finished track) are like.

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Chiptune Colony Chiptune Colony

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This track sounds great! It's mixed well and has a great groove with a sweet melody to go along with it. It's like chiptune rock.

Red Tea (Ft. Solicia Sancti) Red Tea (Ft. Solicia Sancti)

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is very well-done. The track has a nice driving melody and rhythm, and the more bassy instrumentation that comes in near the end adds a great layer of texture to the sound. Overall, the track is mixed well and sounds good.

What programs did you use to create this?

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Deidara responds:

I used Logic Pro 9 to create this piece. Unfortunately, it was my first time using Logic Pro, and I had no idea what I was doing. This would have been much easier to realise in Ableton (my main DAW).

Cheers for the review!

The House by the Cemetary The House by the Cemetary

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The quality of this track is simply astounding. I love every part of it, especially the ambiance and acoustic discord near the middle, just before the orchestral instruments come in. I don't think I could ever write something as amazing as this; I know nothing about music theory or audio mixing, and I've only ever purchased the Fruity edition of FL Studio.

In any case, this is a wonderful production, full of vigor. Awesome work.

*Stands, claps*

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Azhthar responds:

Thanks a lot for your nice review. It means a lot and is very motivating if people really like your music.... I´m just listening to your track and you really don´t have to hide yourself. If you would hear the stuff I did when I started you would see you are already much better than this now ;)