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  • »simulator« ist der Autor dieses Themas

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Freitag, 24. April 2009, 13:31

New track Verus Orsa

Hi all new hard trance track Verus Orsa now online. Full version now on Myspace or available to download

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Montag, 25. Mai 2009, 14:35

Great track, mate :D
- moments lost and time remains -

Gee Tee Age



Dienstag, 26. Mai 2009, 10:07

It sounds too retro, if that bothers you.

I like the techy mix (hats are loud and give a lot of groove)
I like the basslines, too.
You have used the second filtering method (when the filter is put after the delay in the FX chain) thats nice sometimes too.

The melodies and instruments are too generic. There are alot of tracks like that out there.
But overall good work :)

BTW your yousendit link has expired.


Dienstag, 16. Juni 2009, 20:15

i like it :-D

The Great Duck



Montag, 6. Juli 2009, 20:41

Title: Verus Orsa
Artist: Craig Sim
Album: -
Style: Hard Trance, Trance

Detailed review

The loop you used could have been sliced and the parts arranged a bit differently, because this sounds a bit too worn out.

Maybe you shouldn't have used the same uplifter-FX so many times? A suggestion: you could have used a long, reversed cymbal crash to uplift and create variety.

When the filter is at it's strongest at 01:44 I hear distortion. I tested if I could hear the distortion with in-ear plugs and yes, it's there. Some Eqing could help?

The same loop here which you used in the beginning too, try slicing next time ;)

I like this part :)

I like how you used a bit modified melody to create variety, definitely works!

I was pleasantly surprised on how the main melody was started the second time.

I like this part again :)

I think you should have done this part in a bit different way, like a short piece of the main melody without any other instruments in the end.

Overall feel
Perhaps a bit ''pipey'' (by pipey I mean that you could have used more different sounds to separate parts A and B from each other).


P.S. Sorry if this review was a bit too late! :P