All 26 audio Reviews

The Best Audio File Ever The Best Audio File Ever

Rated 5 / 5 stars



Uh, ohh yeahh (trippy version) Uh, ohh yeahh (trippy version)

Rated 5 / 5 stars


Saucy dick muffins.

In other news, I already gave it to Daniel, in a most solid fashion.

Tup and swive. Good day, sirre.

Armymenis12- Asuna Armymenis12- Asuna

Rated 4 / 5 stars


Nicely written and mixed. I'm curious as to the drum samples you used.

Either way, being a Negima! fan myself, I can appreciate how well orchestrated this is. Well done, sir.

JD - Umbrella Acoustic JD - Umbrella Acoustic

Rated 5 / 5 stars


Quite a compelling mix, my friend. Simple drums are never a thing to be ashamed of, and the guitar playing sounds insanely professional. None of the average and annoying little screw-ups too insignificant for an amateur to go back and fix. Fav'd, and rightfully so.

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Final Goodbye (Final Edit) Final Goodbye (Final Edit)

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is great

Though I wouldn't go so far as to say that people on this site suck their fathers' genitals. You only look like an idiot insulting the general populous (as far as your audience is concerned) with such hideous grammar as to use "there" as opposed to "their."

That said, I think in the beginning, you could have had your cousin do one more take. The emotion and voice is spot on, and she has a dazzlingly beautiful voice, but it seems as if she hesitated on the beat just a few times and it gives the part a bit of an awkward feeling.

Your mixing and effect usage was spotless, and creates a real wall of sound that I've taken pleasure in listening to. I only wish it had been longer. This song is great. 9/10, 5/5

Good job, and Merry Christmas.


Equation responds:

Thank you, a very good review and a good job on spotting the error on my behalf. I still think "there" all a bunch of bell ends though as all they do is zero-bomb my work. If they were to give a valid reason as to why then I wouldn't mind but until that day I just picture them as kids chomping down on there daddys love piece.

Your review was very kind though and I wish you a happy new year.

Carrington Institute (PD) Carrington Institute (PD)

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not bad.

I wish the bass had been a nice soundfont and not what sounds to be BooBass. In the lower octaves, BooBass goes to hell in a handbasket.

You create a nice feel to the song, but I think it could have been better if the mix had been done a bit more thoughtfully, Bringing the hat up just a bit perhaps.

Mainly, my only complaints are the bass, and the song not going much of anywhere. Carbon copy remixes are bad.

4/5, 8/10

Sorrow-316 responds:

Well, i struggled finding the Right Bass, But i know i failed, i took the closest thing i could find, Im not that good of a Person when it comes to "bass". Thanks for Reviewing Though!

Pokemon Sinnoh Pokerap (FULL) Pokemon Sinnoh Pokerap (FULL)

Rated 4 / 5 stars


It would be perfect if you had gotten the crazy-ass effect on the vocals. Such a shame that it was performed so well and the mixing is what makes it just a bit imperfect in the end.

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Edge of Faith Edge of Faith

Rated 5 / 5 stars


I feel exactly as you do about that game, and this cover is really nice. I played that game through in a straight nine-hour sitting, and I'm sad there's not much replay value to it at all, but the original artist of the music from it has a very nice site up with free previews of all the music. You'd like it.

This is a very well-thought out cover. Being a percussionst, my only complaint is to make the velocities in the drumset more realistic Make a few versions of the loop with varied velocities to humanize it.

The guitar on the melody is very nice. What do you use for that? With so much in the mix, I can hardly tell if it's real, Slayer 2 or a soundfont with lots of bends in it.

Amazing, beyond enjoyable. 10/10, 5/5

Rose At Twilight Rose At Twilight

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Lol. It's nice to see some success with a drum soundfont I use regularly. Go Ruckus!

Aside from that, this is a nicely formed song that holds its own among gaming classics from more recent years (Classics beyond the eight-bit world). The excellent soundtrack from Sonic Adventure 2 Battle comes to mind immediately.

I wish you had varied the drums in small ways a bit more, even if just triplets on a hi hat for a beat once evry four measures or something to give it a beyond-FL feel.

Aside from that though, very well done. Appropreately 9/10'd and 4/5'd

Unheard Of v.2 Unheard Of v.2

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very nice.

I see you did graduate from the step sequencer after all - but to be honest, FPC isn't much better. Really, let me send you a few soundfonts to play with. The same exact part on a better drum set would have sounded great. Even your drum fills are well=placed from section to section.

The melodic aspect, especially the doubling of the piano melody in other voices and branching harmonies is really nice. The messy slayer is done really well for effect, in my opinion, and makes a nice background accompaniment. Good job leveling it well in context of the ensemble.

That bridge-ish part around two minutes in is really nice, and the transition into it is really good. Nice end as well. Cold endings done well leave a good impact.

One of my other suggestions is to start experimenting a bit more with effects in the mixer.

Overall, this is so listenable and enjoyable. Good job. 8/10, 4/4.

Kuebic responds:

It's really nice having a comment from a percussionist, (but I find it kind of freaky you know right away that the drums were from FPC--but kind of cool...) and with so many good things to say, with ways to improve, I'm a happy person. About the mixer, I have (lightly) attempted to get it to do what I want, but gave up. Perhaps I will try again and have the mixer help out the bridge area. I tried my best on that area without the mixer, but it could be better. Thank you for taking the time to comment on my piece of work.