NEW TRACK! Now this one is my favorite of all in my creations so far! It's kinda sounded like TheFatRat, but yeah! I really inspired TheFatRat so much. To be honest, I finished this 2 months ago, but I finally decided to upload this one FOR THE MUSIC CONTEST! Enjoy this melodic trap music! ^_^
More tracks soon! Enjoy!
P.S TheFatrat, if you are listening to this right now, I LOVE YOU! :D
Very good music, i liked
Well done Trap song c:
Truly amazing work! I feel like it is a great example of inspiration, not a total copy, but also a clear hint of an artist is shown in it.
Though the mastering sounds a bit muddy at parts, usually with the orchestral drums and just bass drum itself. The bass drum/kick sounds excessively punchy. But I do love what you have going here! Keep it up mate!
Geometry Dash + FatRat Inspired Song! What a great combination, except I personally wouldn't call this Dubstep but great job.
This is awesome! I LOVE when the kick clips in the drop like that, especially when there's a powerful sub. The picardy third fade out ending was pretty original, lol.
The only real criticism I have is that the melody just plays in a loop, and it's just a supersaw. Don't get me wrong, supersaws are the most useful tool in edm, but sometimes, it might be cooler to switch to a more original sounding lead (in the drop or intro, or something). As for the melody just repeating, you could make a different melody for the buildup.
All I have to say past that is that you chose one of the worst keys for the sub - C. Low C is too low most of the time, and high C is almost always too high. That being said, the sub here just follows the chords, so it's not a super duper big problem like it could be, but it still sounds good to have that nice sub resolve the chords in its proper range. Next time, try to avoid the keys of C, C#, D, Bb, and B, because they're all bad sub keys. (I've found that D and C# work okay in some circumstances, but for the most part, it won't sound super amazing with other stuff.)
So yeah. Nice song!