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Crimson Sunset [final cut] Crimson Sunset [final cut]

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Dangerously close to being Trance.

At first I was waiting to hear the drums because it was sounding more and more like Trance... or something similar you might hear in a dance club. The drums started and I must say it sounds a lot like Dance music.

The piano sample sounds stock and doesn't meld all that well with the rest of the samples.

Would have liked to hear more variation in those drums.

Aside from that... the synth was catchy and I liked the sample used for the main melody.


Such a Beautiful Wasteland Such a Beautiful Wasteland

Rated 3 / 5 stars

He says yoo brade runna...

It started out reminding me of artists like Vangelis and Tangerine Dream... which is cool. I like heavy synth a lot but I think the delayed/reverbed piano clashes with it heavily. You should do something to it to get rid of the Enya factor. The strings at the end were also a bit late. Why have them if they are only there for less than twenty seconds?

I have to take away points for the use of DL_DrillNB. Well I might not take points away but... I really hate using and hearing stock FL Studio samples.

Overall not a bad piece. Keep it up.

pichuscute0 responds:

Yeah, I really should replace that DL_Drill with something else, or atleast change it some. Enya factor? I don't here where the piano is clashing at all, to be honest. :\
I am planning something with the strings at the end, you'll just have to wait and see......

Drakanious - Irresponsible Drakanious - Irresponsible

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like it!

That drum loop is killer. Didn't hear much variation in it but the track didn't need it.

This is definitely original and the samples are great.

The melody is off beat for a second there... but thats an easy fix.

I hate fade outs... but thats just me. It fits the track.

Stellar job.

Drakanious responds:

I quantized the drum loop to sync up better with the rest of the song.

Drakanious - Decision Drakanious - Decision

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Side scroller time!

Reminds me of old school side scroller games that involve kung fu or machine guns.

Good work getting the drums to loop properly... a TON of the wavs in the bunch I gave you need editing before they will integrate with a song properly.

The melody is original but the sample is rather boring... though I think I spoil myself with delays and female vocals moaning... ahem.

Cool. Flesh it out bahrotha!

Time for Training--_--(0:42) Time for Training--_--(0:42)

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very clean work.

Its strange how many people here at Newgrounds remind me of Pieter K.. The drums in this track are spot ON Pieter K.. This is not a bad thing and I'm not saying its unoriginal. Its a fantastic style and I enjoy the way the clean piano goes with the speed of the beat. The synth isn't quite my style but it works well.

Its catchy, great for flash, and worth a few minutes of anyones time.

Good work.

Follow the Pathway--_--LOOP Follow the Pathway--_--LOOP

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very catchy.

This reminds me heavily of cut scenes from old games like Megaman X and the sort.

Composed very well. Catchy melody. Good simple drums. Perfect for flash.

The kind of track that would get stuck in your head after about a hundred listens as you get distracted during a game sitting at the cut scene trying to read all the dialogue quickly so you can hit the A button and continue.

Quality work. You seem like a dedicated chap. Keep it up.

-={CC}=- Introduction -={CC}=- Introduction

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Beats are cool

The beats are nice. The melodies aren't bad. But, the samples you used are all really techno flavored. Not a bad thing for the most part. I like the little sound byte of what sounds like a kung fu punch. The voice-synth bugs the hell out of me even though its purpose is to introduce you. And with the idea that its an intro in mind... its pretty long. I would imagine an intro track to be much shorter. This thing is much longer even than the "THX" intro. Not bad work... though it is chaotic and techno-crazy.

Not bad work at all. Id like to hear you work with less techno crazy synth and bleep bleep samples.

Critical-Collision responds:

Thank you Shat-Man we appreciate your review.

Well it's only 30 seconds long and we wanted to put some effort into it, so we made it this length.

imagine, if you will, an album, with this track as the albums opening. it would seem more fitting. the length isn't too big of an issue, but meh

Thank You


Cleaned Up Cleaned Up

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Fade from one genre to the next.

The guitar and the first drum that come in remind me of Tarantino flicks and pulp action sort of things. Very lo-fi and slick. After those elements get overshadowed and eventually replaced by organ samples and strange trance type melodies of higher fidelity it gets a bit chaotic. Like you started watching Reservoir Dogs and ended up finishing Tron.

Its nice... I listened a couple times. Just needs some structure.

mgear responds:

Haha i kinda thought that was funny im just using loops because i dont get fruity loops if you know can you help me or something

Musical Punishment Musical Punishment

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Very loud. Kinda Retro.

Right away it reminds me of an old N64 game. The bass melody is really loud and the whole track peaks quite a bit. Its got a funky feel to it though the mastering is off. The beat is cool and it definitely goes with the melody. After a few listens it gives me a sort of industrial vibe.

Id like to hear the beat and the melody change up some. Id also like to hear another element come in... perhaps another sample/instrument. Also work on mastering. Its quite loud.

Not a bad tune... I think the title is fitting. Keep em coming.

Tacky Tacky

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Should have reviewed this first.

This is pretty much the same track as "Pulsin". The beats are nice and the snare sounds a bit more in place in this one. That TWING! noise is annoying as hell though. Its way too loud to be the same note over and over.

Cool beats... bad twingy noise.

Keep up the fine tuning.