This is a brilliant song...though I did have one question. How come this version is slower than the one on Soundcloud? Seems like a dramatic tempo difference...and I like both versions, just wondering. ;)
Keep up the excellent work, ParagonX9. :)
Creepy vibe with a dance twist
I definitely dig this tune, but...more importantly...I can't exactly explain why.
The intro seemed to be a tad misleading, not that, that is a bad thing...because it's actually incredibly creative...and then busts out into a full blown groove that...could get any sort of ghost/supernatural creature hoppin' out on the dance floor. The middle section was...interesting, it might be a weak part of the song, but...it works with the vibe that you've presented so...I don't think it's as bad as you think...then again, I can see how you got sick of working on it...happens to everybody at some point or another.
Either way, awesome stuff dude. I look forward to hearing more. :D
Think I reviewed this song earlier
I'm pretty sure I did...hopefully you read the review. haha
Anyway, as before. Good stuff, I look forward to hearing more from you. :)
Yes, I read your excellent review! As soon as I deleted the old, I was like "dang it, forgot to tell the other person...."
Thanks for listening again!
I'm diggin' the sounds here, has a nice flow.
This is - of course - a classic tune, in every sense of the word. But...there are a few things I'm wishing were a bit louder or...more eventful. For instance, the choice of sounds is great, and I notice you sampled the "Baah" sound directly, but what this remix really needs is a larger beat some clear defining groove that...makes the song seem more powerful and "driving". It's a catchy tune and the instrument choice here is perfect but I would love to hear more of an accompanying arrangement and louder drums.
Overall besides that, good work. I look forward to hearing more. :)
Thanks for your review! and more is coming of course!
Nice combination of sounds.
This is like...one part gothic, one part indie, one part rock. I love what I'm hearing here...it's just an overall great selection of sounds.
I look forward to hearing more...sorry I can't really give an constructive criticism, but...really, I don't believe it needs any. :)
Honestly, I've never heard dubstep quite like this....this is just...all sorts of innovative dude. Very, VERY cool. Not much constructive criticism here, it's just...a cool little tune.
I look forward to hearing more creations from yourself. :)
Well, lemme help with a review then. :)
This is great, mellow guitar for a somewhat already eerie track from the series. Now, what I can say is that...I think you should submit this to the OCRemix workshop forums. Sure, I'm including an outside source/website, but this is a video game remix, and...people from OCRemix are always more than willing to help a new artist who cares about what he/she does.
Anyway, as for this song, the mixing is good...but I think there's a dissonant note at 0:26 in...otherwise, I dig.
Good work. I look forward to hearing more, and always feel free to send me a new track you're working on, I'll get to it sooner or later and review. :)
Cool selection of sounds.
This is a cool ambient track with some interesting effects on piano, and I'm liking those pizzicato from....is it a violin? I'm not sure, but...it's cool.
What I think you need is some more reverb to make it sound a bit more "full". The instruments themselves do a lot to keep the song interesting but...it wouldn't hurt to add a few more effects. Maybe add a layer of crescendo-ing strings, perhaps just EQ the timpanis.
This has got potential, keep it up. :D
I think you should make a full song of this.
The pads are clean and the groove is....heh, dance-able.
I hear a clear chord progression but...I just really want this to be longer before I can actually give some more detailed critiques. Either way, I'm loving the sound from this and I'd encourage you to finish it. :)
Yea, I'll probably work on this once I'm more free.
Anyway, thanks for the review!
Choice of sounds is cool, but...
This is a cool idea, but I think...what you need is a more defined set of percussion and a clearer bassline. Right now, the majority of the song is relying on melody and the mixing is a bit messy, so what I'd suggest is lowering the main instruments right now, and EQing the drums to make room for a more prevalent bassline and percussive groove.
Thanks will do. I'll PM you when I'm done :3
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