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{Runaway} {Runaway}

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

Love the tune. Sounds like it took a lot of work to make this. Good Job!

The intro, with the simple lead but heavy beat was uncommon, but not "bad", per se. I didn't like it when you kept alternating with and without beats in the 1st Movement [Main Theme]. I would've done it so that 1 phrase would've had no beat, and then stick in the beat. 2nd movement sounded a little dry (like not enough instruments) but it soon picked up. Loved the piano by itself and with the bass and drums, but when the heavy stuff (Main Theme) started, and then you added in the piano, it didn't like it as much, because it sounded out of place.

PS: When I say movements, I mean whenever the music changes drastically. I would've used more common terms like Verse, Bridge, and Chorus, except most of the movements were quite different other than the 1st and 4th, which I referred to as the main theme.

PSS: Phrases are like the repeated parts in a movement. This probably isn't the real definition, but that's what I call it.

Favd this and you. Keep it up!
~Howdiddlydoo


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i dont feel like finishing i dont feel like finishing

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not really sure what to say.

The intro was cool. Then you kinda went into a trance (not the genre). Never heard a rock mantra, but w/e. It's pretty sweet.

~Howdiddlydoo



Fucking around in Fl Studios 7 Fucking around in Fl Studios 7

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice Lead

The instruments were nice, the tune alright. That's just my opinion. I would've made the note at the end of each bar a note down from the base note.

I really like the instruments. Mad props if you made them yourselves. Most of my stuff I just use presets, cuz I can't work that many knobs :3

~Howdiddlydoo



FL Studio Inferno FL Studio Inferno

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Meh....It was alright...

Really repetitive, not really any depth. The riffs are good, but get old after the eleventy-eighth time. Considering this is your 3rd submission, I'm guessing you were just screwing around in FL Studio (I do it all the time. I just choose not to submit my incomplete stuff). Anyways, there's nothing real special about this, so I'm hoping that at least you learnt a thing or two about FL Studio in the process.
Good luck on your future songs.

-Howdiddlydoo


Timraband responds:

"The riffs are good, but get old after the eleventy-eighth time."

That already was assholeish enough to make me not read the rest. But I gave the guy a chance and read the whole thing.

"Considering this is your 3rd submission [...] I'm hoping that at least you learnt a thing or two about FL Studio in the process."

Read the news, Einstein. I've been on this for almost an year.

And well, you got it right on one thing: I was just screwing around, as I said in the song description. It's all just around the drums.


Sytrus 3500 (Preview) Sytrus 3500 (Preview)

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Only makes sense if you use FL Studio

Luckily I Do. But it depends on whether or not you made the instruments yourself, or if you just used a preset.

Sweet riff nonetheless. Sounds techno at the beginning, moves into rap (kinda), then into middle-eastern/mexican. I didn't even know that was possible in one song, let alone in 45 seconds.

Nice work. Did you use presets or make the instruments by yourself?


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[oove] Heartbeats [oove] Heartbeats

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful

Not only do I love the song, I love how you try to respond to every single review.

I would have never have thought of adding heartbeats, but it totally works with the song, and makes it sound awesome. When I first heard the song (I was playing colour my heart), I though I was just imagining it. :D

I have to agree with the person below me (Ummm...Nimuesheikah??): It makes awesome study music, and never gets repetitive.

Great work. Keep it up!
Can't wait for the other version.

Oh yeah, and what do you use? FL Studio?


broove responds:

I appreciate every single review. And less I can do is to respond.

Actually, I didn't even plan to put heartbeats... i brought them accidentely.
The other version won't be so soon I'm afraid .

I use Reason and Ableton and MIDI keyboard.

And thank you for the review ;)