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Uploaded
Jul 19, 2017 | 9:51 PM EDT
File Info
Song
10.6 MB
4 min 33 sec
Score
4.00 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Synthwave
Tags:
dance
house
techno
trance

Author Comments

Spent more time on this then I'd like to admit, but I'm happy with my results. Also I think my mix and mastering need improvement!

But please I would like to hear comments because I would like to improve!! :) Please & Thank you

Reviews


theartinmetheartinme

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very unique sounds, I like it. Good advice from others here, not much else I can add to that. Very solid track though. My favorite part is probably the mid section when you break it down over dat sweet melody, then it kicks in to over drive. Good dynamics and variety overall. Soopah!


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KONjure responds:

I appreciate your comment!

But I can't tell whether or not I'm over thinking this, but dose it sound kind of 2D? Like it's lacking in depth?

Because from every other speaker then my computer it sounds kind of stale or flate and i cant seem shake the feeling that I might have mix/mastered it wrong.


BeeFefBeeFef

Rated 4 / 5 stars

First of all, I like the the chords that came in in the beginning. You did a nice job of panning them.

The first main part sounds chaotic but neat. I would suggest not using so much flange/phaser in those synths because it makes the mix less clear.

The high hat in the second half of the song is sort of piercing and annoying. Would've recommended re-equalizing it so that the lower treble is higher.

For the emptier parts, I would recommend filling them up with some extra, but still clean and quiet reverb.

I like how the sounds themselves interact with the melody. It sounds fun. Good work!


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KONjure responds:

I'm so glad you pointed that out because I sometimes do go to hard with the phaser. I was thinking I needed to lighten up on it as well.

And as for the hi hat part I noticed that to but only after I up loaded it.
It all sounded so much better on my computer.

Question though why is it when I play it from my computer everything sounds perfect to me. But from ether my car speaker or any other monitors my song sounds flate?