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I only really would have to say is that, i agree with m3ss on the kicks. Also when the snare comes in to full throttle, and is playing the same time as the claps, there is such a huge range of frequency between them, it sounds very akward, i would suggest mixing them different, but hey, im not the music pro here, you are so i'll just shut my mouth..

WritersBlock responds:

Me, music pro? Nah, thanks for the review though. If only I had an epic orchestral drum kit at the time I made this... lol, thanks.


this is definately a new style of 8-bit. although some of the drums dont sound 8-bit in any way, the song still kicks ass.
i really like the snare drumroll you did with the 8-bit snare though, made me laugh in a good way. awesome song, thanks, im DLin it

WritersBlock responds:

lol, cheers

great song

So how exactly do you do a music collab with that many people? each person does a part? each person does certain instruments? dfferent mixing parts? im curious.

ok, for the actual reveiw:
in the beginning there is a piano-music box sounding intrument that needs the top freq cut off, cause it bothers me.
the transitions throughout the song are great, and each part sounds really nice, and although they vary in style, it all goes together well.
at 2:47, when the instruments come in and out suddenly, it is kind of weird, but only for the first couple of seconds, just because i dont expect it.
all the effects afterwords are funny, but some of them need a bit of work on transitions.
good job guys

iros-industrial responds:

The collab was made by having each person make a different part. This let everyone keep their individual style.


it has the epic feel, yet doesnt rediculously overboard like the others, it has alot of diversity, so you can listen to it a million times while playing castle crashers, yet not need to turn off the music.
I love the change into the drumroll at :57, its amazing.
This is a neat beat, it definately is techno mixed with a castle crashers feel, very unique.
I also like the last 4 seconds how it goes back so smoothly, making the looping perfect

Rucklo responds:

Glad somone noticed how the song is looping, I love it when ppl notice small things one have made! Thanks for the review <3

ok, i know what genre this goes under.

this goes under the genre Awesomecore!, especially the synthy-horn second half, its so good. you are a great musicer, and i only wish i could be as good.
there like isnt even any drums in parts, oh my gosh!

Nostrap responds:

Yes awesomecore is really the only genre I write for, being the great musicer I am.

wow, I really like this song

the guitar sounds perfect, and with the other higher guitar that sounds almost orchestral with all the reverb and echo in it, the song really gives of a good feel.
the only flaw i could find in it, is sometimes it felt like an open hi-hat was needed, just so the cymbols didnt feel so out of place.

Metalcan responds:

Thanks for the kind words! I completely agree on the open hihat thing.

I like it!

Really well done, well, pretty much all the stuff of yours i have heard is, but this is the one I want to reveiw.
The only thing that bothers me is that i cant tell what the instrument is that is sliding all over the place with no noticable attack.
I like how there are very faint parts of synth, and that it is an electronaica industrial orchestral song.
I would also have to say that my favourite part of this song is the claps, they are put in very well, strong, but do not overpower the song, that is my greatest musical flaw, overpowering with claps.
keep up the good work.

DavidOrr responds:

The thin sliding around is just some synth oscillator in the background, I'm not sure what that waveform is off of the top of my head, although the attack is very weak.

Glad you enjoyed it, thanks for the review!


This is rediculously amazing. The amount of detail and effort you put into the different drum hits is awesome, and really adds to both the effect of the song, and the entertainment value of listening to it. The horns and other instruments work together flawlessly. how do you do it?

wolf-tech responds:

How do i do it?.......... if you have the answer to that question let me knw cuz i've been trying to figure it out forever. thanx for the rev.


this is definately my favourite of yours, i wasnt much of a fan of the other 3, but this one i find amazing, just a really good job with both the drums and the instruments. and the line in this one i actually like, opposed to the voice i heard in another one

loogiesquared responds:

...heehee it WAS a tradition, but it was annoying [to hear AND record]

hahahahahaha AWESOME

brings me back to the excelent days of moxy fruvous, awesome job.
did you use one audio recording part, and just edit the crap our of it? or did you make several audio recordings of each line

EdibleCastle responds:

not much editing involved. you're right it's just multiple takes all layered up.


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