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All 6 audio Reviews

The Flow of Time The Flow of Time

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great song.

The introduction really reminded me of the Requiem for a Dream soundtrack. Original piece, really enjoyed it. It is soothing.

DeathSagax responds:

freal? herm, i think i should listen better to it then

Marching Bands Show 1: To Arms Marching Bands Show 1: To Arms

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hear ye, hear ye!

I don´t know, but this really takes me back to Medieval times. I want to put on my jester suit and prance around the streets praising the king. Though not what I expected I still enjoyed this.

Maya's Sacrifice [unfinished] Maya's Sacrifice [unfinished]

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A moving melody.

Wow, an amazingly beautiful melody which is, unfortunately, drowned by over enthusiastic beats. They are great beats but I little too much for such a beautiful piece. It is almost like some underpaid DJ who is trying to make it to the top was recruited to assist in scoring the next Final Fantasy game, and tried a little too hard.

Beautiful piece, nontheless, and I look forward to the full result.

scoutzero responds:

Thanks for your input! :D

Lock Popped Lock Popped

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Love the title.

Despite the lack of depth to quality of this fresh little Fruity Loop tune I am surpised that people have given it such a low score. This melody may not be mainstream but it is certainly unique and catchy in it´s own strange way. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Good work.

WizzardRabbit responds:

Just wait, I've got more. I'm making a WTF 3. If you have heard the WTF series they are nothing like each other, and this will be as follows. A sadly unused melody, some sounds that I call "untouchables" , and a lack of respect for the laws of music.

Apocalypse On The Horizon Apocalypse On The Horizon

Rated 4 / 5 stars


This was clearly well produced and composed. You can just hear the effort that you put into this bleed through the beautiful mix. Although, my only bad bone with this is the horn section. Kind of gies it a more of Ska feel than anything else.

Stealth-Emergence responds:

I can Kinda see where you're coming from about the horns and ska, But ska's not just about the brass, but ska's roots stem from Reggae, it's all about the rythm

Thanks for your kind word

Peace Out!


8-bit Strawberry 8-bit Strawberry

Rated 4 / 5 stars

No need for the cream.

Delicious track, actually. I could actually see a down syndrome kid dancing along to that as a video. This sort of stuff belongs with Warped Records, ever considered submitting your work to them? I loved this!