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Nov 1 1952 Nov 1 1952

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's heavy. It's explosive. It's like I have MEASLES!!! TONS AND TONS OF MEASLES!!!!!!!!



Raise Hell w/KlazikNadi & Mao Raise Hell w/KlazikNadi & Mao

Rated 3 / 5 stars

BLah humbug

The beat was decent, but the rapping sounds like it's done by a couple of suburban high school students. Not a fan of the lyrics. Sorry.


MickeyMao responds:

Well at least you're honest, thanks for the word.


Hit That by BrothaGaget Hit That by BrothaGaget

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Smack that ass!!!

I'm smackin that ass to your tunes man! Real nice production values. Not exactly my style of music, seeing as how I tend to dig more experimental shit, but I can see how you were able to get signed with this sort of stuff. Good work my friend.


BrothaGaget responds:

thanks man. you should check out my other stuff. I can only post so much without getting shit from the label.


Cellular Flow Cellular Flow

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Moose flavored ice cream!

Cool digs daddio. I like the drum sample you used, plus the way you shifted the pitch on it. Nice automation on the lfo's of those synths too. My only complaint would be that the piano riff doesn't do it for me, but it still adds a decent sense of atmosphere to the piece. Btw, I baked you some pie. Want some?


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thatguy669606 responds:

Pie sounds fantastic friend. I shall bring the milk. Thanks for the nice review. I kinda threw the keys in at the last minute, but I wasn't sure about them and I'm still not, however, it sounds a tad hollow with out them. Perhaps I'll try something else. Anyway thanks again.


Underwater Shafts of Light Underwater Shafts of Light

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Mostacholli!

Throw in a little bit more white noise, like some vinyl noise or something, add a little more panning to the instruments, plus some filter automation, and you've got one of those transitional songs from a boards of canada album. Good stuff man. I'm currently going to check out some of your more recent work to see what it's like!


corvett responds:

Thanks! Currently this project is not in any form I can work with, all I've got is the .wav at this point, so no changes will be made. But yes, please do! I'm sure you'll find I have a wide variety in a few songs... I'll work on putting up more soon.

Thank you!


p8nmanning p8nmanning

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Gr8 Job Man!

If I was your father, I would be proud to have you as my s1


sailingships responds:

thanks dad


It's Here Remix_Rockmonix It's Here Remix_Rockmonix

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Mmmmmmm!

I just ate a sandwich to this track. Tasty!



Beyond the mountains Beyond the mountains

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Reminds me of spaghetti

I enjoyed this little triad of justice. Could use more low end, but you've got the melodies and smellodies down quite nicely. I will five bomb this biatch!


AwesomeArvid responds:

THANK YOU SIR!


Alien Relations - BK Alien Relations - BK

Rated 5 / 5 stars

YOYOYO

Very good work. I totally dig the smoothness and warmth you've gotten out of your synths. You aren't using predator or albino by any chance, are ya? Good work on the music anyways. My one gripe with the song is that the vocals sounded a little hokey. Not bad though. They might sit better in the mix if you threw a mild lowpass filter over them and added a slightly longer reverb to them. That's the only thing I'd change about this composition though. You've done a good job my friend.


Bracksta responds:

thanks bro, ya i didn't take much time mastering the vocals. My bad, it still is pretty chilled out :). i used custom tweeked sytrus, vanguard, and zeta, each one i just did some little adjustments. I am doing good now, but probally be bombed soon lol, it always happens. thanks for the great review pinkness of the walrus. -BK


Anifa 1.1 Anifa 1.1

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I am feeling free to give you feedback

Really relaxing stuff you've got here! This is the type of music that puts my mind at ease. I give many props to you, so here's my constructive criticism. I would watch out for clipping, because the song does that a tad in the middle. Plus, if I were the composer of this piece, I might add a bit of low frequency modulation to the cutoff of one of the bass synths, and maybe add a little to the droning synths in the midrange of the sonic spectrum, but only during specific moments. Aside from those suggestions, I have to say that this is a beautiful piece!


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SoOnToEnd responds:

wow thanks man, yeah this really needs mastering. I kinda just threw it toghether. hah and thanks for feeling free. I could use any input in this field, I've been on my own.