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OverBurn (MAC12 Entry) OverBurn (MAC12 Entry)

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sounds just like a five finger death punch song, it is beautiful in every way.

RobSoundtrack responds:

Amazing compliment to me man,
thanks very very much

Guetta - Titanium (Remix) Guetta - Titanium (Remix)

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good remix. I don't think that DJGabe really grasps what remix is though.. None the less good remix.

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PrEmoEffect responds:

Thank you! I'm glad you liked it!

Hbass Hbass

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Hey man, not a bad start. Since your new to Fl studios be free to send me a pm about any questions you have. I'd be more than happy to help.

coaster3000 responds:

I have to get a new copy... I sure will though :P I have to rebuy it D:

In Loathsome Territ0ry In Loathsome Territ0ry

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Hey man, i got your PM and I'd be more than happy to review. :)
Kick, snares and hi-hats:
I wasn't a big fan of the snare in the intro stages(0:00-0:49, just because it didn't add that certain umph to it,to achieve that umph you could try adding a compressor and some reverb, and possibly even a small amount of delay. If you use delay though set the timing to 3:12 as this is the optimal time for that dubstep/house since it matches with the beat. Maybe even try to have a pre-shifter sounding snare as well(if you don't know what that is then just google it and there will be more than enough tutorials on how to achieve the sound. And when the snares start to build up try adding a Fruity LP Filter. Create a automation of the cutoff and have it slowly increase, that way it just doesn't rise out of anywhere. The kick was excellent and didn't overpower any of the other instruments. As for the hi-hats maybe maybe try to add some variation that way the beat doesn't become stale. The general sense of the pattern were well planned out though.

Your ability to work melody's the way you do is very impressive. So keep at that. And this track is very mellowed out, has a good amount of bass to it, i could definitely imagine hearing this on some sort of game.
If you have anymore questions then just PM me,
3.5 stars for you now, but 5 stars are not out of your league at all, just keep at what your doing.
and 5/5( because I think more people should hear your work:D)

xxxZigZagxxx responds:

Wow. Just wow. This is super good advice, man. I'll implement all these things and then see what the revised version sounds like. I'm reckoning it would sound pretty awesome.

Thank you for the awesome review. Thanks for supporting me too.


FTI- Smile now, Cry Later FTI- Smile now, Cry Later

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice little way to add a little skrillex in there ;) but you gotta make sure it flows when doing so, try to get a build up when switching parts, or it just sounds like random chaos, and make sure to have a powerful snare, it gets drowned out in some parts, just eq it to cut- off in the low frequencies and hit decently hard up in the mids-high.

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N3rgul responds:

good advice, thanks lol, im a bit new to making dubstep and most of my experience is in industrial haha, i can definently work on the snare as well as the different frequencies throughout the song

test test

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I loved the melody, it was very nice. The only thing i would suggest working on is the drums and the bass. Especially the snare, its not really a dubstep type of snare, try getting new drum samples because these sound like fl studios drums default drums. If you cant do that than try layering the clap and snare from the dance pack, which i think came with fl studios 10. Add some reverb to it, some compressors as well to give it a crisp sound. This will give it that deep sound that adds a certain punch to the mix. As for the bass i would advise getting a plugin or vst for that because it sounds like you are using sytrus with a LFO. I use massive, razor and albino. these are pretty good programs for making dubstep wobbles and there are tons of presets on the internet as well. And some can sound really filthy. But overall i like the feel of the song and the EQ'ing sounds really good to, nothing drowns anything out, it all adds together which some people don't really achieve:) Hope to keep hearing songs from you man, you definitely got some talent hidden inside of you:D

Euphoric Glowstick Mania Euphoric Glowstick Mania

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good song, But the drums over power most of the bass and other parts, definitely EQ it out a little bit. But besides that its pretty good, nice structure , transitions pretty nicely.

xxxZigZagxxx responds:

What do you mean by overpower? Are they too loud? Or are they not the right sample? It may just be the headphones I am mixing them with, but they seem to be at the correct level.

Could you please elaborate in a PM? I really want to improve :)


Move For Me vs Titanium Move For Me vs Titanium

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Your mastering.. was just simply amazing. The drums just sounded perfect, and a very mellowed out track,. I loved every second of it. It has a unique kind of feel to it.

At :53 though the bass overpowers the drums a little bit.
And question, do you use razor or massive to make your bass? Because if you use razor than i recognize the bass preset, its my favorite one.

montehawks responds:

Thanks so much for you review :) The wobbles we're entirely made from Massive. I followed a youtube tutorial on how to create the bass, then altered it by changing the osc settings. I think it came out pretty well.... it's a very simplistic bass and when we wrote this we were inclined not to include a bunch of random basses and sounds like most dubstep tracks have. Overall we feel the track flows well, and isn't overly complicated and difficult to follow. It's an easy listener for sure :)

Something Something Wonderful Something Something Wonderful

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

its pretty cool

But the ambient noise is overpowering the mix, EQ it down a little bit and im sure it will make the song easier and more pleasing to the ear :) And i enjoyed the little guitar part

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RobinDB responds:

Thanks, now that I think about it I did leave the ambient synth's EQ a tad high... o_o Oh well. I'll probably take this later and add an actual song after the end of it. Thanks for enjoying it.

Can You hear Their Voices? Can You hear Their Voices?

Rated 5 / 5 stars

doesnt seem very post-apocolyptic...

But is awesome none the less, i imagine battle when the main piece of the music begins to flow, but before that it is kinda eerie.