I love the beat you put into it, but with such a long intro, I hated waiting for it... Can't give you a perfect with that unoriginal and REAAAAAAAALLY long intro... ._. Three minutes is too far.
Awwww so sorry, it wasn't meant to be an intro. There's 3 sections of the song like i stated in the author comments. But since that was your only concern it sounds like you really liked it and I thank you. :-)
The long intro and the actual drum beat you put into it didn't mesh well....
The ending and beginning worked very well together, but with such a long intro and ending, you really need a longer song in the middle! And possibly a better build into a more hyped up situation if you want to keep that drum beat that wasn't quite fitting in well yet.
Also, make the ending a little bit longer Imo, I think it'd fit better, it almost kinda felt like it just dropped since the begging was a slow pick up.
Well, the most I can say for actual feed back is that the ending was all sweet and nice, and left you feeling a bit lonely/softly, but does that really fit "Drum N Bass?"
It was a very unique and interesting feel for a Drum N Bass from what I know.
Early on your repetitive-nes until around the 30 second mark could have been something diffrent, but from 40 and on when it came back it played well...
I liked what you layered onto it, but I just didn't get very well into the actual rhythm that you set as the "norm" and always went back to. I don't know much about writing electronic music, but I'm trying to act like I do. :p
I loved most of what came in and around in the middle of the song for sure, especially the way you went back to the norm around 1:30~1:50 :p
Cool review man, really dig it.
This is a subgenre of Drum N Bass if anything becasue the beat is of Breakeat origins XD
Well the beat is breakbeat lol. I did want the track to be short and have this sort of ending becasue I wanted to really play with the piano and the melody behind it. So the ending is kind of like a breakdown displaying only the true nature of the track witch is the piano. So lonely/softly is not exactly a bad thing on my end.
The reason you can say it was repetitive in the "intro" because...well, it's the intro (somewhat). It is laying the base for the track and what kind of music you are listening. I didn't want the track to be all over the place and go too far from it's base and what the track was about. So having a few seconds of the same is not necessarily a negative XD
Either way I greatly appreciate the detailed review.
Thanks and I hope my response answered any confusion over the track and the reasons for it.
Gave more of a mystery or puzzle introducing or you've been trapped good luck figuring out how to get out in time feeling rather than a "So we meet again...." EXPLOSIONS.
The theme's drum beat intro around 00:14 was not fitting, but around 00:28 you introduced a reasonably nice feel for a cave/techno area with puzzles in a game... Or when a character in a movie is trying to solve a puzzle.
Hope this helped.
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