All 18 audio Reviews


Fission Fission

Rated 5 / 5 stars

THIS IS AWESOME!

I would really love to feature it on my website.

www.rustystudio.com


Kylenorbury responds:

Go for it.. Let me know when it's up


Sick Love Sick Love

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

well, well, well

I like the way instruments are collapsing with each other; blured into one river of a great composition. Although, a bit too monotonical (more "one timers"), but generally it is an interesting Haloweenish creep show, with a bit of acid to it.


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grooveT3K - Concentrate. grooveT3K - Concentrate.

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

V Good background music

Rhythm, symths, beat+ all good. But I can't hear the bass! Where is it??

Of course I can hear it, but giving him a bit more balls wouldn't harm anyone :=)


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grooveT3K responds:

Thanks for the feed back mate,
I agree more bass usually = GOOD
I will pay more attention to the bass on my next track a little more closely.

Cheers!


grooveT3K - Making Fire grooveT3K - Making Fire

Rated 3 / 5 stars

funny :)

I like the way you arrange drums and percussions, and the way you work with all instruments. Basically, we can hear each instrument perfectly. There is a place for all of them in your song.

It sounds funny and comical IMO, was that the point of the track?


grooveT3K responds:

You hit the nail on the head mate!
This track is suppose to have a comical appeal to it, and im glad you found that to be the case.
Thanks for the comment mate and im glad you enjoyed it on some level!


Rek: Close Your Eyes Rek: Close Your Eyes

Rated 2 / 5 stars

ok...

What have we got here is something with vocals!

A little more work on listening to notes-chords and we would have a winner. But unfortunately...musically it is OK but as a composition and all = sucks but just a little.

Working, working=success, you can get there.



Rek- Citysc4pe Rek- Citysc4pe

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very possitive

This one is actually pretty awesome.

I like the way instruments coegist with each other. There is an order and a light harmony. Instruments are noticable and...somehow cute.

The beats are going well and the rhythm slows dow and getting faster in a right possitions and timing.

Beautiful song.



Encrypt3d F0r3st Encrypt3d F0r3st

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Unfinished IMO

You still have a lot to learn, but if you're good enough, you can learn wll what u need, within a day or less.

The instruments are interesting, the use of effects too. A drum 'n bass synths, the rhythm, mood...but the arrangement is messy and disorganised. They don't know when to make an appearance.

Mastering is also a subject you might be interested in.

It's not boring though... :)



Where Water Once Was Where Water Once Was

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A nice loop

Here you made a simple but well made ambient loop.

The track is 49 sec long. IMO too short, that's why I give you only 8/10, but those seconds are properly done, rich and the sounds are interesting.

We can hear 2 echoed clean guitar riffs as the main instrument here which gives us the rhythm and the note. With reversed sounds and percussion the drums start with a jazz feel, then follow one by one quickly picking up the tempo.

Nice one and simple
3/5


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Lapse responds:

Thanks for the good review. Need more like this.

I had always intended on making a full song out of this. I have the files somewhere. I'll find them again and probably finish it at some point. Sorry for the short length.

Jazz has always been a strong influence.

thanks, man.


Darkness In Me (Symphonic Darkness In Me (Symphonic

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

OK i guess...

The track starts out with a cheap synth-like organs. It's like made for a PC game, seriously man, WTF?

Later within the song technically it gets it. Guitar sounds and the overal quality of records is great, superb if i might say.

But...the rest of the song sounds like a nice guitar riff with repetitive comercial boredness feel to it.

Keep up the good work!
Voytek Pavlik



Steam (Epilogue) Steam (Epilogue)

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty decent

At the beginning there is this kind of monotonical drum, which makes this great track not very a good welcome sound. But later when the trombones, brass and some violin in the background come in, and the the way you composed it makes this song a nice, fantasy theme.

Lots of reverbs and delays. Good software instruments too.

I like it


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F4LL0UT responds:

Huh, personally I actually considered the beginning to be quite fitting. I like the "monotonical" sound because in my mind it reflects primitive steam-powered machines pretty well and I think the way the track begins is intriguing - I thought it's the right way to introduce a new level or part of a level, you know: the previous song stops and this one begins with weird sounds that do not really resemble music and the player has to notice the massive change in the atmosphere. But yeah, musically it's not the best intro, so I still agree with you.

Anyhow, thanks for the review and the positive comment on the rest of the track.