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8.9 MB
4 min 53 sec
4.41 / 5.00

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Rated 4.41 / 5 stars
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Step 1: Turn up this beat, loud!
Step 2: Imagine travelling to a tropical island
Step 3: Put your toes in the sand, then lay back on a super huge palm-made hammock next to your lover, with cool drinks by your side
Step 4: Enjoy =)

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Contains Samples from:
"Stranger In Paradise" by Dorothy Asby



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Another nice happy beat, I love those kind, since I can't make them lol

I love the samples man, they're divine dude. I ain't gonna gripe on the drum patterns cause it's up to taste, but the drum sounds themselves need a boost. That part where no sound plays but the bass and drums is a little awkward, work on filling that empty space with something, not necessarily notes, but maybe some ambient sound or Filter down your samples or something. just ideas. keep up the beats!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

You know, I've got to be honest with you man. I am not a huge fan of quite a few of your beats. A lot of them have drums which are too sharp or oddly arranged, and the samples you use are a little plain and repetitive sometimes.

That being said, this song right here is a step in the right direction in my book. The first time I heard the intro, the beat threw me off a little, but after a second listen, it sounds much better. That, and your sampling has gotten a little better.

There are still some problems, namely the same ones with all of your other beats. The drum pattern you use from 1:07 to 1:27 (and at more points in the song) is just too sharp, and it doesn't really fit with the rest of your beat. You've got this very mild instrumental, and a slightly kicked drum pattern from the start, but those sharp hats fit about as well as a baboon in a gorilla cage.

I would like to say on your sampling, that while it's still a little repetitive, there are still sections of differentiation, which is more than I can say for some of your other songs (Nod being the biggest example of this). So good work on that end too.

Maybe your work just isn't quite my cup of tea. Other people seem to like it okay, so maybe you can chalk it up to style preferences. But there are still some flaws that transcend my preferences which I have noticed. The good news is, a track like this proves that you're getting better.

I'm still listening to your stuff regularly, so keep it up.

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