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Happy Hardcore Happy Hardcore

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I'll never understand 90's music, but this sounds good, well done.


EuphoriaSound responds:

Haha :p


[KM] Deus Vult (Holiness V2) [KM] Deus Vult (Holiness V2)

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That is so sick at 1:10 ish where the choir comes in, what samples did you use? I feel like there were some films in there, but I have no ideas which.


kaneman responds:

Thanks man.

I used 3 samples.
All the quotes "we should reeve the enemies of god" "god wills it" "holiness is in right action" ect. were all from the movie Kingdom of Heaven. An amazing movie, great battles and plot line, which is rather historical describing the times when Jerusalem fell back to the Muslims under Saladin from the Christan crusader state of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. I suggest watching it. Theres also some string instruments from the soundtrack in there.

Next is my own song Until Rapture: http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/515750
I used it for the drums and all other electronic sounds.

The last is the choir that you liked which is Fauré Cantique de Jean Racine's Op 11. Youtube it, great sound.
I should also note that the name "Deus Vult" means "god wills it".


An Unholy Schism Has Risen [KM An Unholy Schism Has Risen [KM

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The intro is pretty sick, I like the reverb and chorus effect on the pulse waves. What program is that? I like the 8bit effects alot.


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kaneman responds:

I made this song with mixcraft 6. Good program. Ive moved on to Fruity loops 11 now. I can do more with it than I ever could with mixcraft. Glad you liked the songs.


[KM] Eternal River [KM] Eternal River

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like the melody around 1:00, it has that nice gothic kind of feel to it. The overall atmosphere is really nice, it's forboding, yet comforting with a melodic progression that is very unique and encompassing of all the frequency spectrum.


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Someone stole my organ Someone stole my organ

Rated 5 / 5 stars

What headphones do you use to produce?


wandschrank responds:

When I use headphones, I use the AKG K 272 HD. However, they won't make anyone happy who is into Hip Hop - the bass is not very loud. They make good studio headphones, they are very neutral and analytical - if you manage to make a track sound warm on the AKGs, you've done a really good job. ;D

Normally I just use my monitors (M-Audio Studiophile DSM3) to produce, I only use the headphones to change some small details. They aren't sold anymore, and they were a lot more expensive than my headphones, though.


Rampage - Mr Kapow Rampage - Mr Kapow

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Haha it get's so crazy, what synthesizer is that?


Mrkapow responds:

Cheers :) I just made the synth within reason by the subtrator making a square wave then putting it through a distortion plug in.


Wild Turkey Wild Turkey

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I'd say go for the finish


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highdrake responds:

Thanks. I'll keep pressing on. I think i'm about 1/3rd from it being finished.


Sunra - The Island Sunra - The Island

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

That's pretty neat haha


Sunraw responds:

thanks man (:


rnb beat - CAB 3:16 (inst rnb beat - CAB 3:16 (inst

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That's a sick beat right there



Symbol Symbol

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I like all the ambient bass, the tempo drop at like 1:40 was a bit uncomfortable for me personally, but maybe that's the effect you were going for, overall, good job.