- Electronic artist and producer
I am an independent electronic artist and producer from Los Angeles. I write synth heavy electronic music with influences ranging from rock to idm. My work has been featured in movie trailers, TV shows, video games and mobile apps.
- music producer, recording engineer
- experimental electronic, indie electronic
- Los Angeles, CA
I think your track is great. It has interesting rhythms and melodies Though it does get a little bit repetitive at some moments. Some of the synth sounds you use are thin and need texture. Overall, a great track. I think Low End Theory would be a great venue for your music.
I'm not gonna lie,electronic music in general is not my strongest subject when it comes to metal and I don't know much of the jargon and/or terminology usually used by people who know this style of music well. That being said I think, for the most , this is a really strong track. It has a cohesiveness I often find lacking in this genre and, even after the "drops" it manages not to devolve into what I can only describe as the sounds of a lot of machines breaking simultaneosuly, better known as dubstep.Actually though, as the track progesses I really enjoy the how you switch up the rhythms, add new parts, layer background synths, add new lead lines etc. It does wonders for the listenability of this song, especially as it is pushing the seven minute mark. I also particularly enjoyed the short "breakdown" of sorts beginning at 3:16 and ending around 3:27. This perfectly illustrates my point. It's something new, a break for the listener, something unexpected. And, although it utilizes the over the top sounds i referred to as machines breaking earlier in the article, this section is tastefully done and adds some flair and personality to the track. As far as things I wasn't so thrilled on, honestly the length is the only sticking point for me. I think it felt a little bit stretched. There are a lot of really cool musical ideas and paths in this song, but I think shortening it a little bit, trimming the fat if you will, would go a long way to to improving the listening experience. Overall though? Great track
I thought this was amazing. If you're not on a label, you should be on mine. I love the throbbing pulse beat and the set phazer to rave sound happening. I dig it man. Turn it up. Be cool to hear a whole album of this spread out. Please, let's release it on buddyhead records. email me firstname.lastname@example.org