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NGHH - Bummer vs Achilles NGHH - Bummer vs Achilles

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Achilles first verse was a bit weak, but his second one was nerdy and dope enough to help me decide. Bummer's was the opposite for me.

Good luck to both of you guys.

NGHH - Richard vs MadFLeX NGHH - Richard vs MadFLeX

Rated 4 / 5 stars


Richard's rapping reminds me of Slim almost, but MadFlex's rapping is just perfect, aggresive and full of emotion, and the last verse seals the deal.

Good luck to both of you guys.

Guitar Transitions Guitar Transitions

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

You make the guitar your bitch

I don't know what it is about the few transitions, but they sound very calming and the guitar sounds pretty magical. I can never do that with my classical. You can't really call it a full on song, but for what it is, it is awesome!

Majestic Skyline Majestic Skyline

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pretty darn amazing

It's hard to describe this song. It has so many layers, really feels like you're kind of going through some skyline, experiencing different emotions on your journey, only to be dissapointed at the end, because what you sought for doesn't match what you got. At least that's my interpretation. My only little nitpick, or maybe it's just my personal preference, to define the ending of the song more, maybe end it on a more sorrow note.

Amazing work overall, really sounds like you put a lot of effort into it :)

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DENT-de-lion responds:

Thanks! I did put in a lot of work. Interesting interpretation :P Yeah, I should definitely add a few eerie chords over the end to give it a more sorrowful feel. Thanks for the idea! Other than that, I want to add a little segment before 1:36, so it isn't such an abrupt transition. Also add more variation of the cymbals during the drum solo (it's hard because I'm mixing three drum kits in this song!). Thanks for the review and complements!

Rag-Tag World Rag-Tag World

Rated 5 / 5 stars


Has a real nice , kind of a a 60s-70s feel to it :) .

Out of curiousity, what kind of guitars did you use for this jam?

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gamejunkie responds:

Thanks for the review, much appreciated. On this track both guitars used are Fenders, a 2007 Distressed Stratocaster Vintage S model for the lead and the bass is a 1982 Fender Precision Special. Glad you liked it.

Cheers gamejunkie.

Nicolas Cage Wants Cake Nicolas Cage Wants Cake

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Fun for sometime, but the effect wears off

First of all, I want to reply to TacoChester's "review".
If someone puts up a piece of audio in the AUDIO portal, we have to grade the audio, not the flash in which it's used.

The beat is mediocore and mostly constant for the whole tune. You basically switch between two beats, which are very similar, throughout the whole loop. The vocals, while not in tune, fit the song fine, actually, the vocals are the only thing this loop has going for it if you saw the original flash. Though since I'm grading the audio, the score on the upper right corner is for the audio.

Basic, overrated, with quite a few faults that bring it down even further.