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Sounds freakin dope dude! I love the original, but this really stood out in a whole new light - Can't wait to hear the full version! Love to see some more 2.0 versions of your songs.

DJVI responds:

Thanks! I definitely will explore my other tracks as well :)

I absolutely love this. This is one of those songs which I wouldn't personally listen to, but its just so good it deserves a favourite. It's simple, but it sounds great. I love the melody of that arp that repeats a lot of the song. Despite the bassline changing very little I find the other changes in instruments used and panning keep me interested. Great work.

PaulyBFromDa303 responds:

That means a lot. I truly appreciate that. I tried really hard to keep the panning just as I wanted it and not all over the place. I probably could have added a little more to the bassline. You're definitely not the first person to say this either, and listening back on it I can see why. Diversity is something I will definitely keep an eye on in the future. Thank you so much for the honest review

This is pretty damn nice! The only thing I would say is that the growls in the second part of the song are a tad too wet, but other than that it sounds great!

dj-Nate responds:

Thanks for the review sir!

Where be the downloads button?!

SnapskiMusic responds:

Stay tuned for the release on Bandcamp and elsewhere!

Ahahahahah what can I say

This is one of the most beautiful songs I have ever heard. 10/10 would listen again ;)

Oh dammmmmmnnnnnnnnnn that is nice. I love the whole thing. Is that bass a sytrus bass? I feel like i've used that one myself, it's pretty nice. The build up is nice to 1:14, and during that drop I love the melodies every 2 bars, it sounds amazing. The filter lowering to 1:46 is a nice touch, and the breakdown after that is a nice change, especially with the piano, and the lead gaining in volume there is hella nice, as well as those drums which fit in perfectly. That whole melodic bit is freaking heaven to listen to. I like how you took out the leads and then at around 3:00 you switched it up a bit with the leads again. I won't go through the rest, as its just as beautiful as I have mentioned above. Although I will say I love 5:45 to the end. I'd really like to incorporate some of your ideas here into my own music. Finally, as a song I feel like it really lived up to a 6 and a half minute song - often songs this long get boring, but this doesn't lose anything in the second half.

I *almost* have no complaints about this song. Almost. Despite being simply beautiful to listen to, that lead can be feel a little too strong on the ears at higher pitches - I mean the parts around 1:00 to 1:10, but the lead itself is great, I just would've just equalized the highest parts slightly lower. Oh yeah, and the piano riff right at the end feels a bit out of place, I would've just done a route note, middle note, higher route note combo every 2 beats or something, but that is a minor thing I would change.

I also have a couple of questions!

1) Where did you get that amazing lead!?!?!
2) Where did you get that gritty pluck? (in parts of the drop and such)

Seriously, this song made my day!

Domyeah responds:

Ok so I have to thank you for such a lengthy review. The fact that someone took so much time to give me feedback on a song actually makes my day. To answer your questions, the lead is from some sub-category of Sytrus called X Nucleon that just kinda popped up in FL one day. The gritty pluck is a preset in Serum called Downed.

Sounds decent - although not too special - and this definitely isn't dubstep.

Please collab with MDK again! Why? Because this remix is an amazing twist of yours on one of my favourite songs. I look forward to seeing a collab/remix with MDK again :).

The overally sounds and everything you used in this are just so good. One thing I especially love is that intro lead with the sick portamento flick thing. And the build up... the build up... love that growling base. Also love how you put the "press start" vocal effect right on the drop - and put the "oh damn" vocal in the drop itself. 10/10.

This sounds pretty damn good! Literally no complaints except for the following:

- It lakes drums in some parts, and the overall mixing could do with a bit of an improvement
- You used the stock fl drums lol
- The riser is a tad loud

4/5 - not bad at all!

Rookie music producer who doesn’t know what the fuck he’s doing.
Aspires to make: dubstep, dnb, glitch hop, complextro and electro house, among other things
Actually makes: dnb/drumstep (just about).
Releases here are wip/not final.

Vorticity @VorticityMusic

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