All 40 audio Reviews

Orbiting the Universe Orbiting the Universe

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very energetic. I really think that this is good. It feels like an 80s dance track, not sure if that's what your intentions were, but it's a really good song and the electronics add a nice effect. There isn't really much to criticize here. There are some really nice breaks here and the melody is really fitting for the title. In short, love it. I took off half a star because it seemed a little repetitive in parts, and it seems a little loud to be "orbiting the universe". Don't take that personally, I still gave it a five. :D
Nice job. Keep producing.

terracrafter responds:

Cheers mate!
I'm glad you liked it.

Yeah, I fully agree that it is a bit repetitive in some areas, but I had a mental blank halfway through.

Anyway, thanks for the comments, and I'll definitely keep making stuff.

Paradox Paradox

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Absolutely loved the deep, rumbling guitar, as well as the background noises. I liked how there were several nice breaks in the song, and several melody changes.

In short, nothing much to hate about this song! :)

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theGodspeed responds:

Thanks man! =D

Requiem of the Dying Sun Requiem of the Dying Sun

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I'm not really a Goth music connoisseur, but this is a nice tune. Personally, I didn't see much in the line of a true song, but it's a nice melody. I enjoyed listening to it. I did see this as a sad tune, but not really dark and Gothic. Also, the melody at the beginning was a bit out of step with the tempo, not sure if that's intentional, but I didn't like that as much. A few chords were out of tune, but hey, not a bad start!

I see this is your first song. Keep up the melodies, and add some other song elements such as drums and bass, and you may have a good song on your hands! :)

CTwo-SK (Acid Paradox Re) CTwo-SK (Acid Paradox Re)

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I have never seen or heard "Silent Killer", but this is amazing! I loved the Asian feel to it, and how you combined two of the most opposite forms of music (Asian and Dubstep) and made a song that makes sense. I could see this in a Japanese street fighter game, especially from 0:37 on.

What software did you use to make this? If you used FL Studio, then HOW DID YOU DO THAT??

Acid-Paradox responds:

This is more Arabic rather than asian.

I always like to imagine desert ninjas everytime i hear this track.

Life Goes On Life Goes On

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like this. The title brought me in, because it's unusual and intriguing to me to see "LIfe Goes On" with Dance style... anyway, I'm off topic.

The song itself is really good. The beginning wasn't bad, but something seemed like it was missing something, some "filling", I guess. As I was wondering what that was, 1:33 broke in with its echoes and I absolutely loved it. It made the song that much better to hear, especially when it happened again at 2:52. I love the driving, but not distracting drum beat and the energetic synths.

Not much to complain about. Great work -- keep making more! :)

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silva070 responds:

Thanks man! A detailed comment like this is exactly what i like to see. I made the song when me and my girlfriend were broken up, so after being depressed for a few weeks i said... well life goes on i guess, and boom! Thats where the title comes from

Zel - Psobb Ettc Rmx Zel - Psobb Ettc Rmx

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

IMO, the beginning felt like it was in a strange key. Then as I listened on, the same key was used in such a way that the song became interesting. I didn't think I would like it as much as I later did. I like how the song seems to flow very well, especially towards the end. I could see this being a tropical setting for a video game, and in that way, the song is well-done that way as well.

Great song. I just took off half a star for the odd start, but don't take that personally... the rest of the song was great.

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zelazon responds:

I think that's the song itself... it's original design was to be somewhat creepy and weird... I just decided to go with the "cool" approach lol.

But thanks for taking the time to review anyway :D! It's greatly appreciated.

Freeware Game Loop 3 Freeware Game Loop 3

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is really great, and I too hope to see it in a game. I would love playing it.
Anyway, the thing I really liked about it was the way that the 8-bit-ish backgrounds occasionally sprang into the song and the melody started staccato-y and became more flowing. That's what I liked; I can't find anything much to dislike about it, but I'm not an expert music criticizer either.
Anyway, nice job and keep making these!

Anthouse21 responds:

Thanks i would also love to hear this in any kind of game. Your comment was great ill keep you posted on any updated music of mines as well as if anyone decides to use my music in their games. Oh and check out the other Freeware game loops if you haven't already.

Janze - 70´s is here! Janze - 70´s is here!

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is really good. While listening to it, I didn't get the feel of a 70's beat, but I did get a little bit of a retro feel. Some vocals would really make this thing old-school sounding. I did think the song was amazing though, with all the twists and turns the melody made. Now it's stuck in my head. XD Anyway, nice job.

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DJ-Janze responds:

Nice that you are feeling it , im happy you feel it =) For me its like some police serie, sounds like police song , i dont know why , haha stuck in head is good :D then its mission possible... i know that vocals would be very nice , i have mic and stuff but im not so good in lyrics , if i put vocals it got to be a bit simplier song ... less melody and more vocals maybe ?

Zelazon Presents The Rise Zelazon Presents The Rise

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This would be perfect in a video game. I love how the song starts out with echo-y chords and quickly but gradually adds the other elements. I think my favorite part (aside from the deep bass) is the way the melody pans to the left and right occasionally. Great song!

zelazon responds:

I'm glad you like it ^^! Also check out if you haven't check it out already :D.

Gohan SSJ3 (SSJ3 Remix) Gohan SSJ3 (SSJ3 Remix)

Rated 4 / 5 stars

It's not bad, but it's not really heavy metal either, IMO. I liked the melody, really loved the drum part and the break at about :50. If I would change anything, it would be to add more "metal", like by turning up the guitars or something, and perhaps turn down the high-pitched metallic-sounding high note, which was a little irritating to hear at the beginning. I also think you got zero-bombed; this does not deserve a 1.8. Nice work!