dark and growly
nice intro, more proffessional. the beats and all are sick too. a little too chaotic/growling for me, but a nice track altogether.
Nice to hear from you all this time. You know i improved alot from the last time you heard me. Hope you submit some new tracks. I bet someone out there misses you. I do :P
this sounds a ton like a FL song. i think it might be the main melody's similarity to the FL v.3 "What's New" track or something. seriously, the bassline, too. wow, i am really having deja vu.
well made, nonetheless, even if it is a bit unoriginal.
The sound (the chimes) are from "Messing Around" , by Reegz. But only the instrument. All the other stuff is 100% originaly thought by me :) Thanks for the HUGE compliment, comparing my work to the FLP song contributers, honestly :) Thanks man!
sounds like video game meets dnb to me. sonic or something, though i'm not terribly familiar with that stuff. like your drum rolls. relistened to skyscrapers, too. i still like your stuff. keep it up.
let's get one thing straight. sonic fucking rules. okay i'm done. It's good to hear that you've stuck through it and still dig the sound. more to come and much more fun in the sun
all i have to say. rock on.
your computer can talk
interesting. very... different. haha. cool though.
i liked punk a lot back in high school, but usually the shit on the portal sucks. this was pretty well made, even if not real instruments. the transition between the first slower drums into the faster paced ones was sick. and the drums were well constructed brings me back like 5 years.
The 2 guitars and the bass were real. But yeah, thanks for the kind words. :)
you're pretty talented. even if it's a cover, still sounds pretty nice, and you play it well..
A cover? whts that? (and um its not me playing. i meant in real life) Thanks for the review.
this was pretty sweet. the drums could have varied a bit more, but the soloing was pretty. conveyed some nice emotion. check some of my work. i might get the electric out and tuned for something like this, cool.
this was nice. the electric seemed a tad harsh, but you did a suprising job with the vocals. cool work. five for you.
Yeah, I should work on that guitar. I was a little rushed to get it done for my CD, but there really is no excuse for it.
this was pretty nice. what software do you use?
Response for T-Man: I use a Br-532 to get the seperate tracks, Screenblast Sound Forge to edit the tracks, and Screenblast ACID to combine everything and work out the kinks.
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