|Racketeer - 2013-10-15 |
Needs a "Warrior cats" tag.
I assume the blood and gore is an accurate depiction of the series, I've never been tempted to read it.
Here's an excerpt from one of CommonSenseMedia's characteristically grim reviews:
"Pretty much every fight ends with every character involved bleeding from at least one gash, and on a few occasions cats have had their throats slit or torn open and bleed to death. And those are some of the average moments. The series goes on to feature cats having their eyes clawed out, getting run over by cars, being crippled, bleeding to death while giving birth, getting mauled by dogs, being ripped open and left to bleed to death nine times, being slaughtered by an Ax Crazy mountain lion, impaling a mountain lion with a stalactite, falling off cliffs and breaking their necks, getting crushed by trees, having their tails removed, having a wooden stake driven into their throat, drowning in a series of dark tunnels which they are forced to wander for all eternity, bleeding heavily from gashes in their stomachs, being tortured by extremely bloody nightmares, slowly bleeding to death after being severely wounded by a beaver's teeth, hearing another cat screaming in agony as his stomach is ripped open offscreen, etc."
|Spaceman Africa - 2013-10-15 |
This reminds me of the dreadful mspaint Blackblood Alliance videos that were on here a while ago.
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2013-10-15 |
Imo. The song.. Its fairly prosaic and meh + has an amateur production sound. But, apart from that its a solidly written piece and the singing is ok.
It's a bit too much like Linkin Park for my tastes, but I'm really digging the synth. Totally bossa nova. It's like Linkin Park as interpreted by a chiptune band.
Oh, shit, it's Hadouken. So yeah, chiptune Linkin Park, that's exactly what it is.
God Linkin Park is got to be on the world's worst worst bands list, somewhere above Linkin Park but below Sum 41
I think this song could sound a lot better with some additional compression on the entire mix, as long as the compressor was set right.
I'd recommend this as a starting point:
but the threshold could probably come down another 30 or 40 DB at least.
Boomer The Dog
Zircon, I think that your release is too slow, 50 ms would probably do it justice, then follow that with a hard clipper, which is what they really do in songs.
I recall that when all digital music came out, like if your synth was just playing something back that was recorded, why anyone would need compression on top of it, if every instrument was perfectly reproduced to begin with. Why create the perfect wave and then additionally smash it?
I get it now, but then it didn't make sense, I could only see compression needed in unruly analog sound.
This video should be transcoded to Sorensen and we should have gay marriage.
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