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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Love it man. Very clean mix. Well done!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

round 2 review m8

it sux

nah its ok

love love love how the percussion rolls along all footwork like, great intricate programming on those 808s. the constant development is awesome, top notch writing. kick gets kinda lost when everything comes together and the bass has a little too much low-mid in it for my taste, would've liked a bit more ducking on that airy pad just to emphasize the downbeats a little more. not super keen on that last reprise of the chorus either, makes the song drag on too much. you also cut the render off before everything faded out properly, not a big deal but it's one of those little details that bothers me sometimes.

good shit!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great intro. Very Alan Parsons Project, actually – I enjoy how you implement everything together very well here, and that one driving synth that comes in around 0:50 is an awesome path to the main rhythm.
However, my main problem is with that particular beat overall. The random backbeat (with the toms and hat) just doesn’t make rhythmic sense to me and it seemed like it was struggling to find a place to fit in.
You have some really good buildups in this song as well that lead to some nice driving riffs, like at 2:25. Nice, chill rhythm here and a very full mix (you always have awesome mixing!). I would have enjoyed it more had it been sped up, but I realize it’s more of a chillstep/trance piece so that doesn’t factor into the scoring.
At 3:25 we’re taken once again to that interesting rhythm that seems like it’s trying to catch up to your main track, and as much as I want it to be a part of the song, it just doesn’t seem right for it.
I also found that the frequencies in the background become a bit noisy after a while, and there are irregular frequencies that might have been better off not being there. You have some nice delay going on towards the end – melodically, it all works wonderfully together and the filter that takes off the roundness of everything is a perfect final mix.
Conclusively I enjoyed this piece, but it felt very repetitive and the frequencies got to me after a bit. However, your mixing, as always, is on point and the idea behind the song is great.

NGADM Round 2 Score: 8.3


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Even with the repetition this track held my interest. The sounds play well together and I really like the distribution of frequencies being channeled into my ears.

This is my only negative comment: In some places random percussion (like 'john's door') jumps in momentarily and it doesn't really fit into the track well, sounding like it is in a different 'layer' than most of the other instruments. It actually makes me feel panicked as my attention jumps between them, the same feeling I get when two people are talking to me at the same time.

Anyway, very intredasting track! Good work!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Intredasting. I like it!

Sequenced responds:

is that even a word ?