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Out of the Dark (Hardstyle) Out of the Dark (Hardstyle)

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Not too shabby.

Nothing that the others haven't said already.

The transitions assisted in bringing the various rhythms/styles together that would otherwise not coexist. The way you took my VA bit was done in a way I'm surprised. I could be thinking lowly of myself, but that was pretty sweet.

However, the point where the song loops is noticeable. Whether you start from the get-go or make it to the end and loop it, it's noticeable and jarring. Some of the transitions are as well.

I really don't see this as a stand alone song. Maybe a song for a club scene background, but not the defining piece. As mentioned, some places are missing a layer of something. It changes throughout. From about 2:00 to roughly 3:48 is where you nail it.

Also, didn't you say you were going to tag me in your comments for the VA bit?

For the amount of time you became sick of it, it's pulled together nicely.


Dj-Zexus responds:

Hey, thanks for the feedback. ;D
Sorry, I forgot to mention you.
That was my bad. >.<
I'll fix it right now.


Lumbarjack Lumbarjack

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Unusual

Granted, the song has a rhythm, beat, and constant theme that all fits together.

However, it is somewhat unappealing. You have a fair start, I'll give you that. With some fine-tuning, it could be a wonderful grunge remix song. However, the voice makes no sense and counteracts the music.

Then there's the piano part. It was an awkward transition with the spamming of screaming randomly. It sounds like something I could do if I randomly hit piano keys. I take that back. That would sound better.

Granted, I have very little experience making music. And granted, I've played flute for nine years, piccolo for five years, alto saxophone for four, and baritone saxophone for one year; having placed my various bands and orchestras really high in competitions, and even managed to participated five times in honor bands/orchestras over the last three years. As I was saying, what could I know about music?


Iwannahamster responds:

I really don't know what you COULD know about music, you're right, because there's one thing you didn't mention in your credentials... MUSIC CLUB!!!!!!!!!

Seriously man, someone can spend their whole life playing an instrument day in and day out but without raw talent and music education, that practice can't help you.

Please take music theory and get GED.