All 13 audio Reviews

Skycoaster Skycoaster

Rated 5 / 5 stars


Nicely mixed and professionally mastered. A definitive beginning and end would be helpful, I thought there was a skip in the track when it looped back.

Commercialized Allure (better) Commercialized Allure (better)

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The beginning is a little dry and the audio quality is a little too low. In the middle, there's way too much treble and not nearly enough bass-you need a little diversity there. The fadeout effect at the end took way too long.

attemptedperfection responds:

These things were all deliberate;
sorry you didn't quite like them,
but I'm still just playing around with the program,
getting my bearings and such.
Also, I am an experimental artist at heart,
so I go for the different and the strange,
usually regardless of what people like.
Thanks for the review, though.
I appreciate it.

remix the country remix the country

Rated 4 / 5 stars


Banjo and the breakbeat sound interesting together, but you repeat that banjo loop way too many times. I can tell that you're using premade samples because they don't loop right; that's why I gave you a low originality score.

dead beat dead beat

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

nice, but repetitive

It starts out pretty good with nice stereo and filter effects, but then it starts getting too repetitive and dry.

williescore responds:

thanks for the review. i will try not to be so repetitive next time.

Demon Vines--_-- Demon Vines--_--

Rated 5 / 5 stars

*generalized one syllable expression of approval*

This is awesome! I love the stereo and atmosphere.
This track would be perfect for a fight scene! In fact, I might consider using it in a game I'm working on.

PERVOK responds:

Well, i wouldnt mind that at all!

thanks for the review man


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

that was it?

way too short and not nearly enough development. I suggest putting more than 10 minutes into tracks like this. It does loop seamlessly, which is pretty good I guess (I didn't notice it at first, thought it was just a pause in the song)

Jam One feat Nate E. Jam One feat Nate E.

Rated 4 / 5 stars


I'm afraid I have to agree with the last reviewer in saying that this doesn't belong in techno. It's got a nice funky feel and good stereo effects. For electro-funk-whatever it is, this is pretty good. For techno, it just doesn't work.
I've never used fruit loops, but I know enough about it to be able to say that a complete newb could not have made all those samples. Besides that, they sound very factory-pre-made, which is why I gave you a low score on originality.

Eric1 Eric1

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Could have used more instruments besides the synth and drums. The beginning is very annoying until the other parts come in. I have to say you did a good job with the panning by not overdoing it.

Trances Revenge Trances Revenge

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Nice melody, but it seems to be a little too busy, as in too many notes are being played at once.
Also, the beat sounds kind of weak.

I love the echo and how it works with the melody! Just a little too many notes on the main line as I said before.
Keep it up!

Dancefunk Dancefunk

Rated 4 / 5 stars


That sounds way too much like the background music to a porno.
It seemed a little calm for a dance tune, but I guess that's your style.

Sebby-man responds:

Hehe, never thought of that. I dont watch porn movies, so this song wasn't inspired by them. I just thought it sounded cool. Thanks for the review anyways.