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Uploaded: Apr 14, 2007 - 09:39:44 AM
Last Updated: Apr 14, 2007 - 09:39:44 AM Last Played: Mar 29, 2019 - 09:14:58 AM
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perceptualvortex said 4539 days ago (April 14th, 2007)
More cowbell
Nice. I dig pulsing, electronic dancy music like this, good job. I did feel that the rhythm section could use more punch; the snare is a little smooth, where a sharp crack sound might be more effective. I hear shakers or hihat--but, like the snare, they are melting into the overall sound rather than punching through it. That's just my personal taste, of course. I like the breaks you've put in here and the machine-style of the song.
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musichead said 4538 days ago (April 15th, 2007)
nice job
not really something I listen too very often..But Im impressed.
The production is good. Seems you are in the thick of your genre..very good
Keep working hard..youll get there!!!!
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Techno is a form of electronic music that emerged in the mid-1980s and primarily refers to a particular style developed in and around Detroit and subsequently adopted by European producers. In addition, the term "Techno" is often inorrectly used in N

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