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Jun 8, 2016 | 11:44 AM EDT
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6.3 MB
2 min 46 sec
Score
2.48 / 5.00

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Genres:
Electronic - Dance
Tags:
dance
chill
electronic
fen

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Hey, i've been inactive for alot, you don't probably know me, and i don't know you.

But please, check out my youtube channel, i am very sure you will like my music, and it's the only way to support me if you enjoy my music :)

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DarkBlueFXDarkBlueFX

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I don't think this should be down at two stars, once again you have a solid hook and the instruments fit well for your theme. The chords are solid, keep that shit. The samples you chose for the percussion also work well and the transitional snares starting at 42s are always seem to work for music like this.

What I do think could be improved is mostly related to the dynamics/flow and repetition in the song. As far as dynamics, you have an intro where most of the presence of the instruments is in the low and midrange (some treble). At 42s that snare starts to give more presence to the treble range, and so when that transition is over, I kind of expect for there to be a new instrument coming to cover that range. I would just add another instrument on your chords that would also be sidechained after the transition. As far as repetition, you can get away with it, but you should play around with some modulation (use some filters, you can also use a high pass filter as a transitional element pretty well) or change a few notes later in the song to just give a little more variety, or try introducing a lead somewhere maybe after the drop ends.

Use transitional elements, you were able to do it with that snare, but you can suggest transitions in other ways as well. A common way to do this is to make white noise and apply a low pass filter with the resonance up. Ramp up the cutoff to the end and maybe ramp it back down after the drop. Also automate the volume so it comes and softly and ends softly if you decide to use out of the transition.

Which DAW do you use btw?


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TrickshotCat12 responds:

FL studio 11, Thanks though :)

Still don't see why people like nature more than this even though in my opinion this is way better. Really weird.