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Jul 26, 2016 | 5:52 AM EDT
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Song
10.1 MB
7 min 6 sec
Score
3.03 / 5.00

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Rated 3.03 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Hip Hop, Rap, R&B - Hip Hop - Olskool
Tags:
hiphop
instrumental
chillhop
hiphopinstrumental

Author Comments

My Knockout Round submission for the NGAUC contest, I hope you enjoy listeners and judges. :)

VST's used are as follows...
4Front - Bass Module
DSK - Guitar Nylon
DSK - Indian DreamZ [Tabla a.k.a. precussion]
DSK - World StringZ [Harp]
Native Instruments - Kontakt5 [Funk Bass] (Stock Instrument)
Safwan Matni - Le Piano

Feedback would be much appreciated as so I can improve my knowledge and skill on future projects.

This track is free of copyright and you can use it in your content, just make sure to link my YouTube account.

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Reviews


TaintedLogicTaintedLogic

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I like the atmospheric intro. The piano and string samples weren’t my favorite, although I like the progression of the piece. It’s interesting how the most mobile part of the texture is in the bass. Unfortunately, that means there isn’t a lot of high-frequency content in there for a lot of the track. And when you do have some high-frequency melodic content, like at 2:37, it gets overwhelmed a bit by the pads. I think you need to reconsider the tonal balance in this piece, giving more space to the treble tones. I liked how you stripped away the beat at 3:17. The jazzy, dissonant chords worked well with this piece stylistically. One of the major qualms I have with this track is that you don’t really vary the melody. As background music, this music would be great for giving some character to a restaurant or club, but as a stand-alone piece it’s hard to keep my attention after a certain point with this little variety. I liked how you returned to the spacey vibes at the end, but I’m not convinced this piece needed to be 7 minutes long. It’s an enormously catchy and feel-good sort of track, but I think you need a stronger sense of development over the course of the entire piece, especially if it’s going to be this long. Overall, this piece has a lot of potential. Clean up the frequency balance issues, add some melodic variety, and maybe switch out a couple of those samples and this would be a really solid piece. Keep at it, man. ;)

6.75/10


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G4CEsz-Official responds:

Thank you for the advice, I'll look to improve upon balance in future tracks :D