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All 5 audio Reviews

Burst In To Flame Burst In To Flame

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Solid flaming rock

This is awsome.
The good points: Excelent start with a nice progression. The sampling was great and the mixing well done (despite authors comments to he contrary :)

Why not a ten: There are parts in the song that seem to just loop. The two kind of yelling voices. It seems like it is going to build (like the font) and mix with the other two samples, but it just kinda leaves me a bit flat. 9 outa 10 flat that is!

An Integral Part (reprise) An Integral Part (reprise)

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very sweet trance with a heavy back beat

Great from start to end. It was soothing with energy, varied and sweet overall. My only complaint was that the back beat felt sharp. By sharp I mean that the beat felt too strong. Compare the 2:50 mark and the 3:10 mark. The sudden return of the back beat is clear and a bit jarring.

-^Journey to Defeat^- -^Journey to Defeat^-

Rated 2 / 5 stars

SNES naustalgia

Nice start and some pretty cool sounds, but is sounded a bit shallow. From the start it sounded like it was gonna build up but the background never picks up and the bass never kicks in.
Nice first submission and some cool slides. Keep it up!

TheBreeD - BlitzKrieg TheBreeD - BlitzKrieg

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


It was good. Not too techno, and not too ambient. Only complaint was the ending, kinda felt that the song (which had a good pickup at the start) just kinda faded away.

Keep it up.

Oh Crap Music: Song 2 Oh Crap Music: Song 2

Rated 2 / 5 stars

A good... way to start.

The first 20 seconds are great. It builds, and has rhythm and looks like you're about to drop down some kind of harmony. Not to say that the guitar was "an ear bleeding opus" it just didn't match the harpsichord.
At about 40s in the guitar goes into a kind of solo (loop). Not bad, and in fact I like the dissonance when the harpsichord comes back into it. My problem with it was that the drums cut out, but THE BEAT DIDN'T CHANGE. Just like different notes and different instruments, I think that different speeds are needed to make a piece interesting. Same thing was happening in your first song.

Short and sweet:
Good stuff: nice buildup at the start, and good use of cutting sounds in and out.
Bad news: everything has the same speed.
daa daa daa daa, daa daa daa daa <-- all same not so cool
daaaa dun dun, daaa dun dun <-- switches it up

Keep it coming. Honestly a big improvement.