Nice tune :)
love it love it love it
Dark, dismal, energetic, Beautiful.
Dude, the second that bassy saw comes in at 0:27, I was totally engulfed. Great way to catch the listeners ear man, props.
The piano keeps it crisp and delicious while the higher arpeggiated synth comes in to give you a side of gravy.
The title is very fitting, and gives an overal texture to the piece and throws you into an abysmal world.
It sounds original man, And thats hard to come by these days in a genre like this.
The ride bell that comes in around 1:35 is a TOTAL welcome addition. It keeps it way fresh with everything.
Great arrangement, great drums, BUT - a little repetitive.
I love the little intro percussion reverby sounding thing that breaks down again around 2:25 or so.
Nearly perfect, BUT your mastering can be improved a little bit to make your overal mix sound really really bassy and thick. Despite the mastering, everything else was very enjoyable so 9.5/10.
But i'll still give you 10/10 - 5/5 rating.
So aside from the mastering, its a beautiful track and I'll def. check out your others. Keep making music man you rule.
Man! That's a detailed sound! Everything is so airy and delicious in the beginning.
Well until that (in my opinion, remember that!) disgusting phased saw lead was introduced that is. It's just so cheesy and thin. Sounds like those tranceleads you hear in generic, amateurish FL trance :(
I know that's a bit harsh, I guess I just have strong negative feelings for that sound. 'cause it certainly becomes more satisfying when coupled with the low pitched one to produce a much fatter sound. So it's not that much of a problem: at 1:42, they combine to provide an aggressive, kind of dissonant and deep melody. Which I love.
All that percussion!! Loving the liquid kind of filtered, breathing percussion sounds. And the main drums really have that perfect mix between packing enough punch and being lightly tapping and complex sounding. Very well done. Rides give it a lot of drive as well.
Like the bass as well, while not being in the front most of the time, the little variations shine through and add flavour to the track. The clean, high saw synth sounds great in the mix, cuts through it like a hot knife through butter, but when brought out alone ('bout 2:24), it sounds not so great. I suggest you keep it when the mix is at its fullest and not to use it so much as a solo instrument.
There only that one little "flaw", otherwise a real nice track, liked it lots. Not groundbreaking though. But nice!! :)
That's all I have to say about this track. A very opinionated review but hopefully you can live with that.
Thank you for this awesome feedback!!!
Like you said... there is still some work with this one and maybe ill fix those mixing errors someday :)
what an awesome song...you really get a feel of intense disparity its fantastic
couldn't have a better title for it
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