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Rated 5 / 5 stars



When it comes down to it. My complain lies in that it wasn't long enough, and also, that there was a square waved bass later in the song. Keep the drums going with that Chorus Flanger or whatever that is, and add a synthy bass with possibly more drums so that it sounds different later in the song. I want to hear that sample from the beginning again, its sick! As for this being dubstep, I see that, but I think it needs some more dubstep cliches, like synthy bass.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Aaaah! Success

Good song. You can really pull this Dubstep trend off. 70 Percent of them music I listen to is electronic, and even I don't think I could pull off a Dubstep song so cleanly by ear. So anyway. The best part I guess would be the drums. All your other instruments are well picked and they are also well done in the song. Only thing is, what program do you use? I'm not sure I liked the tone of the program in general, but even then, you got dubstep genre down, so I'm sure you can other styles of Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, and Luke Vibert.

superuberinsaneausm responds:

i use fl stuido 8:THE GOLDEN STANDARD FOR ALL MUSICAL PRODUCTION, and the drums after the drop was actually a loop i downloaded :3

Purple Nebula Purple Nebula

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Hard to see where you were going with this

Not really sure I get the whole context of the song. If you were to make it into the song, it seems like you would have to keep it like a chill Aphex twin beat. It's just that, I mean it's what you do with this that really determines how good its going to be. Right now I don't see it as compatible with anything.