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Jan 10, 2013 | 8:19 PM EST
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7.3 MB
4 min 31 sec
3.74 / 5.00

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Rated 3.74 / 5 stars
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I made this in all of an hour, haha good stuff.
This is audio from a band, A.G. Trio, which i decided to remix, sorta.
Please review! Rate! :D
Part of the NEW album, "Playing Games"



Rated 3 / 5 stars

I think the composition of your track is astounding. The main thing is to learn the ropes of mixing. The easiest thing I could tell you is to try to isolate certain sounds, by removing frequencies. A goos example is letting your bass have the very floor, and letting your kick have the low mid range. A deep kick can muck up your bass and an overpowering bass can muck up your everything else. As far as synth composition, fairly textbook stuff going on. Quite polyrhythmic and stuff. One more question, what DAW do you use?

JQiscool responds:

I gotcha there.
And if DAW means Digital Audio Workstation, which i believe it does, then i use this one random studio i found, forget the name, but it is a very nice studio although not extremely complex, it works well enough.
Thanks for reviewing!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Don't be afraid to pull a little more juice into the kick, because when the ravish bass gets in the kick is slowly sinking in, being almost swallowed (blend in) by the reach of the bass.

Also I would recommend to use some short synths, maybe percussion with some additional melody ;)

JQiscool responds:

Thanks for reviewing!
Ill fix the kicks


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

You are getting better and better! Good synth choices here.

JQiscool responds:



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Better than your other recent Dance song.
But it is a little bland, only "sort of changing" in parts.
To keep songs interesting all the way through, try not to reuse the same instrument structures and melodies through out the entirety of the song.
It's like how songs with lyrics are structured; Verse 1 will differ from verse 2, but whenever the chorus that sets itself as the songs identifier occurs, it will always be identical to how it will be played later in the song, or earlier in the song.
The same principle can be applied to songs without lyrics.

"I hope that makes sense to you," says The Other Other God.

JQiscool responds:

Yes, i understand. Ill work on it!