The standards are still visible here. 8/10.
I can't complain.
This is ironic.
It really makes sense about the deleted remixes, and it's a strict rule on this website. And apologizing about your remixes deleted, a first to my own knowledge (it's likely that several others have done this too).
The remix, it's a typical Electro House composition, with good production, instruments, but not anything else that came and surprised me for an instrumental remix.
A 5/10 rating overall to the song.
Someone so critical of my originality makes music so original that nobody likes it.
5/10 from you says alot.
just not to me.
Sounds... Decent. It's quite emotional, and unique.
(First Dance Dubstep Review. A shame, as this was actually good.)
It was a great direction for the opening, a positive, calming one.
It does have a weak Low Frequency Bass in the whole, that would be my greatest flaw in this track. Perhaps second to that would be the lack of panning from the instruments. The rest, It combines itself rather well.
The song layout maybe cliched, and in the usual case, I do not demand to hear from that certain song again, but it's different in this case. In this case, I see myself hearing the song for at least a month than in 4 days, in my experienced definition of Dance Dubstep.
To the mains. And, I do admit it has a catchy bassline, and the wobble bass too, as that does not sound as cliched than in most Dance Dubstep releases. The Piano in the main added an emotional and soothing element in what would otherwise be bland without it.
Based on best instruments for me, it's the Trance-esque lead and the Piano that lured me in. The other instruments were adaptable, and gives this release friendlier elements.
A well produced release, a 8/10 overall.
Thanks for the review! I'm glad you liked it overall, to be honest I still needed a lot of mixing training and this song helped me realise that. So I've been away learning up and practicing :)
It's different in my case. I actually respect Gabber/Speedcore music. Not this Dance Dubstep or Mainstream trash.
Song Title: A well titled one.
On the production end: It has a lot of violent energy, just as it does in earlier Gabber. And it's overall sound is raw and dry (the good type), capturing the nostalgic element of the song.
Instruments: All went well, I thought. It was at the part with both the Guitar and Acid Synth instruments that the energy really reached it's peak. I won't go in depth on the drums and kicks, since they sound fine as they are.
Overall: At first I thought it sounded a little bland, but it is now a different story after about 120 plays on this website. All the corrupt energy just makes the power of this song better in terms of it's extreme nature.
I said enough. I will say thank you for the song, a lot. I actually found this enjoyable.
Rating: 9/10 (4.5/5)
You're welcome, glad you like it.
A production of very energetic entertainment, a great Happy Hardcore release here.
The instruments combined themselves very well, and the other sounds increase the addiction/ longevity of this. The choice of the synth lead was fine, but a little bland for my liking. An enjoyable standard for the other instruments.
The song length is fine as it is, the general sound as well.
The overall score, I'll give it a 9 out of 10.
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