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ParagonX9 - Chaoz Fantasy ParagonX9 - Chaoz Fantasy

Rated 5 / 5 stars



GlitchCore GlitchCore

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


some good glitch here. Not much I can say for you to improve on... U did a pretty good job overall

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Envy responds:

Yeah, It was really fun to make too

InVeRtEd dEsTiNy [?] InVeRtEd dEsTiNy [?]

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I liked the kick

made the song harder... but it also made it repetitive. Work on playing with various sorts of distortion, to keep the drums sounding unique. The melody was good, but it kinda sounded like it was halfway wanting to be hardcore, halfway wanting to be epic. I suggest u pick a genre for your song, not sloppily blend 3 different types of techno together, cus then u get people who dont like the kick, for example.


DJ-DaVinster responds:

Thanks for the tipss. Next time I'll try for just 1 genre, lol.

{dj-N} Listen to Your Heart RM {dj-N} Listen to Your Heart RM

Rated 4 / 5 stars

overdone crowd

I understand ur trying to get that epic dj feel, but the crowd actually took alot away from the song in my opinion. Most songs need a main synth, which u had... and a supporting synth that blends together very well, which u didnt have... and a dancey bass. So keep workin on mixing ur synths... make them more original... Make your open hat more distinct, or else the song will sound empty. Otherwise not too bad of a song, had some good melodys. Just could of been alot better I guess


dj-Nate responds:


-' Payback '- -' Payback '-

Rated 4 / 5 stars

volume levels

The volume levels were clipping tons throughout the song... nice beat variations, very original. Just watch the volume levels. The basses clip too much


BritZombie responds:

Yeah shame about that. I'll probably do a longer re mastered one.


Mechanical Brain (Think Tank) Mechanical Brain (Think Tank)

Rated 4 / 5 stars

pretty cool

Everything seemed a little too reveerbed, but this sounded good for the most part. Needed a hihat, to up the speed. A little too slow paced for my liking, but at least u got the image across. Of a lumbering tank thing lol


Radiant Sunshine (ep) Radiant Sunshine (ep)

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I liked it better then technico dungeon. It flowed a little better, the whole song was put together better. Still a little repetitive, but definately an improvement. I liked it


DoobyTimePiece responds:

thanx mx0 this was a little repetitive but thats why i stamped it ep, mostly this could be used for looping at all most any given point. thats why i originally created this but i got carried away and this is what i ended up with. be sure to review the second part and posably third part.

-=Oblivion=- -=Oblivion=-

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

psy-ish I guess

I guess it could fall under the category of psy trance... but the clipping he mentioned is an issue. If this was to be psytrance, and not random noise inserted in random ways, as AC mentioned, u would need a bassline. So in your next song, start with a bass and build up from that. The sound FX are good, add a compressor, learn your program better I guess.

Dr-Slump responds:

well, i did a bassline in the beginning, but then ive directly built the song... hmm thats strange, i liked this one so much. Still, thanks for the review =)oh and i did use a compressor in many sounds... i don't know why im getting bad reviews on this one... it's not random for me =/. I'll try to be more specific on the next one.

For Alisa For Alisa

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

wheres the kick

ill five it for u, but theres way too much for u to work on, that I cant even think of where to start. Ill just start by suggesting put a beat in your next song. Without a kick u just have an empty song of different melodys. With a boom cheh boom cheh, this would sound alot more dancey


Invention in d Invention in d

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Your whole song sounded filtered, that made it sound dirty, not clean, which took away from the experience. Your getting closer to commercial dance trance, but your music needs to be exaggerate. Make the saws more toothy, the basses more crunchy... little steps like this help pump energy into your tracks. Don't forget to make your open hat have presence.