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dude what the hell this fucking slaps


Why thank you :D

ear-grating, superficial, incomprehensible, and whatever else you could find in thesaurus entries for those three words

only thing that really caught my attention was the "women are objects, they are my subjects" part, that gave me a good laugh

MrsHusband responds:

The words I needed to hear. Exactly what I was going for.

I like this, but you should've tried to slice in some more piano flourishes and diversify the sections a bit. Gets a little repetitive.

THIFF responds:

ok, I will take your comment into account, Thank you very much for your advice

When I saw the name "Crushed Bits," and saw the genre as "experimental," I was expecting something a little more like DemonicNobility's latest track "200 IQ something something" (https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/795948).
Anyways, this is good too. I definitely like the pads behind it. Sounds kind of nasal, or at least very vocal, like the sound FX used in some of the Earthbound tracks, which I'm a huge fan of.
You've got a very nice sense of melody and progression.

SomebodysHero responds:

Thanks man! Lmao my uncle came up with the name and ugh I have no idea what genre this is :( so I kinda just gave up on that. Thank you for the review!

I like this, I feel like you got the vibe you were going for, but... it feels too "mono." The only part in which I actually felt much stereo was 2:23, with that organ-y sound. You definitely need either to add more elements and pan them thoughtfully, or you could douse this with some reverb. If I were to have my way, this would probably be washed in a more damp reverb with a long tail. But, of course, that's personal preference!

My only other gripe is that there's no ducking on a majority (if not all) of the instruments when the kick hits, or at least, I heard none.

BusanBlack responds:

Hey thank you for the critique. I get the mono feel. I was going with like a old school chillout sound. Like Moby old school, but I couldn't quite figure out what I could have placed in it. I totally wanted to get some more sound in there to get more of a full orchestral piece. The only problem is that I'm using Rytmik Studio so I can't add much more which goes along with the ducking for the bass drum. I'm not sure how to add that in with the program. I want to get a more professional program like Acid, but I'm still just getting my feet wet. So I want to get more software and what not when I feel like I have a better understanding for production and mixing.

If you have any more tips for me I would totally appreciate it. I think I will go back in an get more reverb into some of the instruments and fix it up.

Appreciate it!

I forgot reverb modulation was a thing and nearly bust a fat one in amazement at that second drop

Dovax responds:

Thanks dude!

Arrangement is nice, but some of those bass FX are just ear-rending. Maybe I'm just sensitive, but I think I'd become fatigued after listening to this for a while.

Falsesouth responds:

That is completely justified. It could be a matter of sound design itself, the levelling or the stereo configuration.
Will definitely look into that further in future projects.

Thank you! :)

i came in my pants and inadvertently yeeted the fuck out of the vote 5 button
also nice vocodex jej

XEFSketch responds:

YEET. Thanks! I rarely use vocodex, but I had to in this one. Gotta maintain that FL STATUS.


zzamiz responds:

hell yea

good, and doesn't try to be something that it isn't. i like it

Thomaisho responds:

Thank you very much ^_^ I appreciate it

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