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Hampton the Hampster - The Hamsterdance Song (Daymusik Remix) [Take 2]

Daymusik - Avenue
After a while of hopefully improving my musical ability, I decided to return to this song and improve it as well.

This time, I was able to create a more of a dubstep sound as originally intended. As I said, I've improved my ability, so last time...I considered that dubstep. Can you believe it?

Anyway, I hope this version of the song makes your long car rides more enjoyable.

hamster 2,799, remix 2,183, techno 583, dubstep 157, edm 150
Type: Music - Single Track
Published: 5 years, 5 months ago
Rating: General

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5 years, 5 months ago
Ack! Those CD skips DX Other than that, wonderful as usual.
5 years, 5 months ago
Was that effect too much? You're the second person to call attention to that; it seems that effect is lost on anyone who didn't create it >.<
5 years, 5 months ago
Yeah I don't think it's having the effect you meant for it to.
5 years, 5 months ago
Oh, it had the effect I meant and wanted -- that's why I uploaded. I just don't think it's translating well to everyone else. I told the other person that if someone else calls it to my attention, I guess I'll go in there and change it or something.

I mentioned that similarly, Mindless Self-Indulgence's song Stupid MF has a similar effect in its song but I guess it works better there because it's longer and emphasized more whereas mine is more intricately placed and people don't catch on as well.

A more apt comparison can be made in Renard's song "I Updated My F-List" starting about 2:19 and then on. But I guess even that song does the gated volume trope synced to the beat better than I.
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