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11.1 MB
4 min 51 sec
4.57 / 5.00

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You find yourself in a maze of Mysts. Can you find your way out? 2 .
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Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is a REALLY good piece, but I missed some of it being in the trance I was in when the piano music started


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Has some good potential. Each individual section is great by themselves, but they don't seem to flow and transition into each other very smoothly. I would like to see what you come up with in the future.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

what program did you use for this song?


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Absolutely amazing. I'm a huge fan of your melody work and the falling key signature element of the track made my music theory nerd senses overload into a nerdgasm. :D

The only thing I hate about this track is the mixing. Sometimes the percussion gets drowned out, the synths clash ever so slightly, but just enough to bug me.

Check out this website:

They have some really great tips and tutorials for all things mixing for several DAW's (but most of the tutorials and tips can be applied to just about any DAW on the market right now)

I'm really excited to see your improvement. If you keep working at the mixing and mastering you'll become an incredible EDM artist in no time. I guarantee it. ;)

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Melodically, this track is excellent! keeps things interesting with all of the change-ups.

From a purely technical/production standpoint, you've got it bouncing off the limiter far too much. When there is lots going on the hihats just kind of squish out of the audible range. When they're not squishing they warble a bit. instead of using the limiter for compression / sidechained sort of effects, use a sidechained compressor on each of the seperate tracks, using the Kick as your duck source. Lower the master volume, so that its just touching the limiter, rather than the levels being hard up against the limit.
Great work though! with some minor touch-ups this could be quite professional sounding.
Check out some of my tunes! I'm quite alright at this music thing ;) 4.5/5

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Dimrain47 responds:

Mixing/mastering is what I struggle with the most. Thanks for the tips, much appreciated!!!! I'll try that out next track.