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haha wow

that is happy, i have never heard a harmonica in ng before

did you actually make this?

it sounds professionally made, it is mixed really really well.

Psychopath responds:

Thanks! And yes I did make it myself. Thanks for the support!


the main concern for me was the high hat:
____ _______
___/ \_____/ \
___ _____
\____/ \_______/

is an ugly waveshape for a high hat, seeing as it is carrying the rythm, you need a high hat with a quick attack, and a single hit, instead of 2

also, the reece needs a bit of mixing, i know i know, lots of bass, i used to do that too, but there IS such thing as too much, i have found out, when i finally got sick of hearing it in my own songs, also, you may want a high frequency instrument, it may not seem right, but it is usually neccessary to hold a song together.

also, you should switch the drum beat up once or twice, then you could make it longer and not have it repeditive.

i liked the kick and snare, and the low bell thing, good job on those, really nice

New-Milkman responds:

Forgot to mention in the description, all the drum samples were cut up in the Fruity Slicer using navij11's break samples he provided on Christmas.

As for the bass, I didn't find it to be that bad on my speakers. Then again, I like to have lots of bass, maybe more so than some people like And with anything drum and bass, I like to really stay in the low frequencies, but I guess I could have mixed it up a bit more with some higher sounds once in a while. I'll see how I can tie things up with higher instruments next time.

I'd have to agree with the drum beat, it gets played way too much. But I had some problems thinking up of any other ones. I'll see if I can write up some diversity while keeping it somewhat the same next time I do something like this.

Thanks for the review!


song is outrageously amazing, i have to say, BUT

if you are making drum and bass, you gotta know what instruments to give more bass too, I think cetain instruments you had either had too much (pads and piano) and some had not enough (kick needed some 500Hz, synth coulda used more bass) its still amazing though, im not gonna go into it, cause its too much

raretools responds:

Thx for the tip and great review.


instruments are a little slow, its like a downbeat dnb, i dunno, the first lead was dull, but the drums are good, and the rest is good, if not slow

also, you need to mix the highs and lows a bit more, but its all good

Peptotrippin responds:

Oh damn. I forgot about this one.


nice sounds, but you went a little to far
it sounds great, but because iof the glitchyness, it doesnt hold a beat, sorry

seraphimpaled responds:

thanks for the constructive criticism, i never really thought of it that way as to being glitchy i know what youre saying... i was just looking for the feeling of deep thought in it. like when i sat and made this and perfected it playing it over and over i would get into deep thought, and thus more work came out of it. thanks for the review.

hahaha nice

this is pretty awesome. Is that a vocoder with alot of low equing behind the other voice? how many effects do you think you put on your voice, i like it, makes it sound more original.

I like it more than instrumental, through the 2:10 part for a bit is boring, cause the lack of insruments, ubt i guess i have just never liked ambient, the rest of the song is great, i like the random extra little voice things.

Gillenium responds:

Thanks! If you're not an ambient fan, I'm not sure how you found out about me XD

No vocoders were used. I had used a lot of filters on my last "rapping" song Hazard, so I left this one pretty filter-free. The back-up voices were just my singing part with a lowered pitch. Nothing fancy really. I'm still trying to perfect this type of song, and yes I am currently working with vocoders for future songs (you're a mind-reader!)


some of these are pretty good, others i can tell exactly how you made them.

also, so if i use your sound effects in a game, should i credit this song in the audio?

Rig responds:

Yes, crediting me would be nice. :)
Thanks for the review!

Wow, good stuff

This song does have the same feel as all your other songs, but it also has a unique outside feel. This is good in my oppinion, because when I listen to your music, every song always sounds so similar, but this one is like an upgrade.

I mean, it still has the same styled intro with the pause and the higher tempo after, and the same sounding upper part of the bass, but at 0:45, you go into some crazy synth/bass rampage, which sounds amazing.

Thank you very much for making such amazing music.

also, by any chance could you tell me what in the world you used to make those drums that I hear at 0:45 (the hi hat and what sounds l;ike a reverse snare)

ZeRo-BaSs responds:

Thanks for the long review MusicIsBliss :)
Well most of the synths from the 00.42 section are from a Roland Juno 60
The drums are arranged by me by using some Loopmasters samples


pretty good job for your first ever, I sure cant make my music sound this good, making me jealous.
Has a really nice variety, goes along, but never changes hard enough to loose the beat, very well done, although some of the bass sounds muddy, that would be my only complaint, a need of eqing a bit more, either than that it is really interesting.

And I like the name, the only reason i found this song, is because I wanted to see who got this song name before me...

good jorb.

zOmBiE1029384756 responds:

thanks, its not really my first ever, its just the first i've ever submitted.

ok, this is great!

really good job on this song, although the blippy main instrument does get very repeditive by the end of the song, you may want to make it transition at about 30 second in, and go back at like 1:10 or so, before the cool part at 1:30.

But ya, your music does transition a little slow, it may work better if you get things a little catchier, but that is hard to do, it is more of doing random things until you fluke out and find gold.

I like the drums too, really good job on putting them in. and whatever that is at 0:54, its awesome!

Jimbobsthebest responds:

Thanks for your review. The main synth does get really very annoying, I completely agree. One of those things that you don't really notice when your in the process of writing... nevermind. I think your right, i need to work on my transitional style, most of my music will spend half the song on an intro and i need to try and wipeout that style sooner or later.

The sample at 0.54 says something like "when your knees start bumping and you heart..." although you wouldn't recognise that from the song... I went a little crazy with the vocoder.

Thanks for a great review, James


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