All 17 audio Reviews


You Ready? (Feat. Hatsune Miku You Ready? (Feat. Hatsune Miku

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I really enjoyed this! There were some parts where it the vocals sounded a bit artificial, but that's not necessarily a bad thing I don't think. Also I know nothing about vocaloid, so there's that.

Overall, great job! I'd love to see a transcription of the lyrics with an English translation if possible!


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SynthGoddess responds:

Thanks so much for the review~ vocaloid is a singing software...so sometimes the vocals do sound artificial....cause well...they are. XD This is my first song using her, so as I learn to use her more I will learn how to make her sound more natural. I'll put the lyrics up soon. ^^


Dig Dig

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Gorgeous blend of styles here, definitely a very unique sound! Vocals are awesome as well. All I can say is great job!



[DUBSTEP] Do you even lift? [DUBSTEP] Do you even lift?

Rated 3 / 5 stars

This is a pretty good job for your first dubstep track. I really like your melodies, intro, and outro. I think the "dubstep" part needs some improvement. For one, your drums need some work. Dubstep usually has a syncopated kick drum, not the 4/4 pounding that you have. A snare would be nice as well. Just more complexity in the drums overall. Also your synth that starts at 1:26 goes on for a bit too long in my opinion. Some variety would be nice. Like I said, you have some really great melody stuff in the other parts of the song, and I think incorporating that into the dubstep part would really help bring the song together. I hope this helps, and let me know if you have any questions!


ZhokoMusic responds:

Thanks For the Tips dude! That really helps alot! :.3


Takido - Phase lifting Takido - Phase lifting

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I loved this track. I think that it really has all it need in terms of stuff going on. I do like the idea of a nice drop though. I think that would go a long way to improve the dynamics of the song. I also think the ending was a bit abrupt. I would maybe lower the volume of that crash at the end, and make it fade out a bit longer. I think that's about all I can think that needs improvement. You have some really creative fills. I'm just loving your percussion in general really. Great job.



Takido - Braintrain Takido - Braintrain

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really impressive. Definitely takes you on a wonderful musical journey. The only things I noticed that could be improved are the volume of the snare could come up just a bit, and the volume of the synth that comes in at 1:38 could come down a touch. Other than that you did a great job!


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I am Monster I am Monster

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice job. I really like the synth work in this one. I feel like the snare could use a bit of a boost though.


The1Corrupted responds:

The drums were actually the last phase of the project. The synth work was the most time consuming to get patterns and synths that would mash really well.


Sacred China Sacred China

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautifully done, good job.


Svenzo responds:

Thank you


xOken & Mooshie - Check xOken & Mooshie - Check

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad. There's nothing wrong with repetition, but it seems to follow the same chord progression throughout. If you want to do that, you should try to change things around the chords. Your melody is good, but it you could change it up a little more when you bring it back in the second time. I also would have liked to hear some kind of bassline, it feels top heavy. Good job though.



Trick and Treat (cover) Trick and Treat (cover)

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is really awesome. It had me smiling within the first few seconds. The only problem I had was the volume of some of the vocals in the first minute. Particularly the line that starts "hayaku, hayaku..." and the line after could just be the tiniest bit louder. Other than that, great job :D


steampianist responds:

Ahh thanks for the review..... I feel like ive seen your name somewhere


The Troll and the Artist The Troll and the Artist

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I really like your intro, and most of the different parts of the songs by themselves, but the song as a whole sounds like a bunch of 15 second song clips mixed together. I don't know if that's what you were going for, but even if it is, I think just fixing the flow of this song would completely bring it to life. I would try not to totally change every instrument in a transition. It's not like that's a rule, but when pretty much every transition goes to a totally different instrument, it can interrupt the flow of the song. Some things you can try are: Keeping one instrument the same, while changing another, to keep the flow of the song going. You could also fade things in and out. I did this a lot when I was first making music, mostly because I couldn't think of any other way to smooth out the transition, it does help if you do it properly. Another thing I noticed is that your drums could use a bit more dynamics. The beat does change a bit throughout the song, but I feel like throwing in a few drum fills would really help liven the song up. I really hope this review helps. Sounds like you have the potential to come up with some pretty awesome stuff.


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EV00LVE responds:

That's what I was going for. Pretty much a artist making nice music then the troll making crap dubstep sounds thinking he's better. I use reverse cymbals and impacts for transitions.