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DIC - Silver Forbidden DIC - Silver Forbidden

Rated 5 / 5 stars


Very, professional sounding, something I wish I could have.

Amazing voice on the male singer as well.

5/5 10/10

Demeanor-Ice-Creamer responds:


Thanks for the ratings.

I think the sound comes more from putting as much effort into it as possible, rather than having good equipment/studio.

And, I agree, his voice is lovely!


Yesterday's Answers Yesterday's Answers

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I love this, I chcked it out because you came in second in the 24 hour competition, and I do like it.

As a previous reviewer said, the guitar's sound is bothersome, but not to much to destroy the song. I think you deserved to win over the other guy for the record :P

Might I ask what you program your drums in?

ItsTheAshtray responds:

Hey thanks.
The drums were made in Sonar 8 using a soft synth that came with it called Session Drummer 2.

PSB - Viloin/Piano/Flute/Bass PSB - Viloin/Piano/Flute/Bass

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Checked this out because of the advertisement thread, and I like. :D

Normally I'm not a fan of hiphop or anything, but if you play this live, and get some good lyrics over it, it'll be pretty awesome.

The virtual instruments are a little annoying, if you get a live recording of this, it'll probably be 10/10

PedroPSBro responds:

Thanks mate!
Ye, I'll do lyrics, but they'll be in portuguese (I'm brazilian), I think it wouldnt be very welcome here( maybe I take someone to sing an english version here). ANyway, if I and my friends record this, it will take several months. and I am not sure if they'll play, but I am already exporting the score notation ;D
I think live it would be lots better too.


Night in Town Night in Town

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


The acoustic guitar seems a little harsh, but otherwise I think it sounds great.

I'm getting a bit into jazz lately and had been thinking of posting even just improv stuff, but I still have a lot to learn about how to play jazz rhythm, right now I'm just I-IV-Ving it with m7 and m9th chords lol.

Keep up the great work :D

VGstudiosTeam responds:

Thanks man! yeah, I recorded that with my off white old computer mic. I have an actual studio now, so my recordings should sound ALOT better! Infact! If you go listen to "Whispered Secrets (new)" You'll see what I mean! :D Thanks man!!

The Fallen (Part I: The War) The Fallen (Part I: The War)

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice vocals

Drums could be louder, good riffs, good playing, good vocals.

Very dethklok feel here, even the riff sounds like something they'd do, not that that's a bad thing at all though!

Keep up the awesome work! :D

VGstudiosTeam responds:

Thanks man!! I just got done with my studio, so quality should be MUCH better! I recorded that whole thing with one of those little off white computer mics, so I had a hard time getting a good sounding recording. But I may upload a redo. Also, DethkloK is one of my favorite bands ever lol, I am currently working on some more Dream Theater sounding stuff, but yeah. Thanks!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Interesting, nice groove.

The bassline has a great groove behind it, which is why I came here in the first place. The drums, though they are a little bothersome after a while, would probably sound good actually blasting in like a club, and not through my headphones. The only thing that really bothers me is the scratch at the end, and that this is not used as part of a longer song! Good work though :D

City in the Snow City in the Snow

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Metal gear solidish

Something about this song makes me think of metal gear solid's music, it's still good either way though.

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Donna Lee Jam Donna Lee Jam

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Driving bass line

I just love that rocking bassline, I have to agree it's a very "Gypsy Jazz" sound, and I love it.

Keep up the great work, I wish I had half the talent you did at guitar.

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BloodFest responds:

Thanks for the review dude.

And well, practice is the key, so grab your guitar and start rocking!


Slowly softly Slowly softly

Rated 5 / 5 stars


I love this, it's so smooth and sedated. I really enjoy the Sax solo as well, it sort of reminds me of the music from Hey arnold, the sax in particular.

Good job :D

Hacsev Jazz Hacsev Jazz

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Smooth bassline.

That bassline just melts me, it's smooth but with substantial punch.

I also thoroughly enjoy the piano work, hell all of it is good.

Keep up the awesome work.

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Hacsev responds:

Thank you! I will keep it up.