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born to die cover born to die cover

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I feel like the singing was decent, but the pauses you choose causes the song to sound awkward. It almost feels choppy, to me, that you stop every so and so second. I understand you need to pause for the chords, but it diminishes the quality of this song in particular.

I also feel your voice was a bit soft for this song, as I am a fan of Lana Del Ray myself. But, overall, it is your cover and I feel like you did what was needed to make it good.
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hhoulding responds:

thanks for your feedback, i will bear this in mind next time. I have got better recently through practice and such and will try to not pause in the future. I struggled switching some chords.


Megaman vs Cutman Megaman vs Cutman

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I'm not too much of a Megaman fan, but this was an okay attempt at a rap battle. I felt like more voice variation on your part, changing your voice more basically, would increase the quality of this.

The main part of this would be to distinguish who is rapping(mega-man or Cutman). Of course the listener can tell by the lyrics, but a greater difference would make it a lot funnier. With the beginning of the video, it was evident there was no attempt at trying to mask it was you(the announcer and Megaman). A shorter intro and more rapping would be optimal for something like this.

I'd suggest planning this out a bit more, cut up how much time you want to use with actual rapping, and then with the introduction.

Good try!
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ecopper12 responds:

Thanks for the feedback!

Yeah, usually I pride myself on separating characters, so idk what went wrong this time. xD

It's a little lack-luster compared to the other rap battle series I run on Youtube, but I figured the extra element of a competition type thing would help it float.

I'll definitely take your comments into consideration. Thanks!


Industrial Heart Ache Industrial Heart Ache

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I am enjoyed this loop, but felt like the beginning(where it begins to loop back) could cut to a higher pitch. I feel like it dropping to that point signals the loop too much.

But, other than that, the actual looping melody is good. Has its fair share of idle moments and vibrate beats. A forty-four second loop is pretty long, or at least what I am used to.
Nice job!

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Insanctuary responds:

That's nice to know from a critic's perspective. :)


Rise of the Phoenix Rise of the Phoenix

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's an wonderful boss song as I'll put it. I can see this as a battle starting on the ground but slowly working its way up to a higher place, until the Phoenix falls from a great height and the hero stands victorious(haha, too much?)

There is nothing I can say that went wrong here. The sound goes well with the intention, the idea is great, and the sound bits used were well placed.

Good luck in the A.I.M contest you have entered, nice piece of work you got here!
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EagleGuard responds:

Haha, thanks! I personally think it's great to have people come up with their own stories when they're listening to my music :)

I'm glad you liked it and thanks for the review!


Second Breath Second Breath

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I'm not sure if it's just me, but I feel like the drums could have been the true leader for this music. It would have worked to make them a bit louder in my opinion, or at least work them to sound more bold.

But, as it stands, it works out well. There is a good enough melody to keep for a game in a neutral state. Something like walking around with no enemies on the field, or going toward an important place like a castle.

Good job!
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Deshiel responds:

-When I was making this, I had a great inspiration for infinite percussion variations, however I had to restrain myself, because I was afraid that I would go too far from the original path.

thank you for your review.


Star Trek: DS9 - Revamped Star Trek: DS9 - Revamped

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I...really liked this! It had an authentic Star Trek feel to it, smooth, with all the things you would expect from a typical soundtrack on a movie.

It's not common I find stuff I give 5's on, but it happens! I enjoyed the ending the most, starting at 1:50. It had a nice ending with solid sound. I hope you continue making melodies and music, since I find this pretty darn good!

Excellent :D
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AndrewRG responds:

Hey,
Thanks so much Yume! I'm so glad you like it. You're the first to review any of my stuff (and a 5-star! XD), so I wanted to extend a special thanks to you. I was starting to think people couldn't listen to my songs or something XD

I'm working on other projects as well. PM me if you'd ever like a review from me on any of your work. Take care, and thanks again!


Memories of Arcturus Memories of Arcturus

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This sounds good, but it could use some work. I like the sound of it, but a lot can be mixed/added into it with instruments and beats.

Simplicity is good, but I feel like this could be the backbone of something much larger. It's always nice to hear what two people can create though, and good considering two people worked on this. Straight melodies that you have running throughout needs a bit more life from a drum or a soft guitar string.

Given that you probably won't add this anymore, it's a good stand-alone but can be worked upon to be something amazing.

Good job!
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WilsonMcLeish responds:

Thanks for the review. Yes this tune could be improved but like you said, we probably won't revisit it, at least for now. I'll just put my efforts into making my next compositions more interesting. I'll take your critique into consideration for my future works.

Thanks Again :)


Murder All The Plankton Murder All The Plankton

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I enjoy this composition you put together here. It's soothing, and goes with the description you had below. It places me there, but it also can be applied to different scenarios.

The only thing I could see being worked on is the variety in mixes. Though the simple melodies attract me, a bit more variety in lieu of these electric melodies. It's an obviously good mix in my opinion, and could go well with a game/video if you decide to do one.

Well done!
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Insanctuary responds:

Ahh, thank you for this. :) I know what you mean.


Little Monsters [8-bit] Little Monsters [8-bit]

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I dislike 8-bit format in all its glory. It's a simple preference of mine, but I will not dock you 2 stars just because I dislike the type of music.

First of all, when I started this piece, it hurt my ears. I dislike this type of music, and it came on too strong for me. The pitch was louder than I would like, and it barely mellowed out throughout the composition.

Four stars however, for the obvious effort and care taken with this.

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Life's Breath Life's Breath

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Overall, I enjoyed it, but there were some problems here with elements overpowering the main melody.

At 1:20 until 1:27, I feel that the sounds used made the song a bit disconnected, and needed a smoother transition into 1:29. Another time this happens is at 1:42-44, the loudest reaches its peak and is kinda too high for me. Maybe just my ears but just a lower pitch there would make a smoother transition.

Overall, good job for a first major song!
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Oshii77 responds:

I see... So I need to work on EQ, mixing and smoother transitions.

Thank you very much for the helpful feedback!
:)