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collab between a friend and I.


Nice yo, i really like the heavy hits, just add a little more bass, and i think you golden, also i think you could of went somewhere a little, creepier when it hit 3:14, it was just a tad bit loud and obnoxious lol, anyways, gj :)

Your Collab is alright but needs some changes!

First of all it's "collab" (sorry mispelling just really irritates me)

That Glockenspiel Dx 10 is pretty cool! I like it

Bit too repetitive for my taste, you need to add and mabye change the notes in the first minute or so. A good idea would be to mabye make the Dx 10 slowly rise up two octaves for a climax into the drum beat.

Yea it gets really repetitive you need to play up the basic parts of that song, like seriously all I could hear was the same thing over and over again -_- not something I would like to listen too :P

However, The sounds are good but mabye the Glockenspiel sound could use reverb / slight delay and mabye some high eqing raising (by a tiny bit)

I love the start of 3:12 that was really well done! It would be nice if it came sooner though!

I like how that part that comes in around 3:12 ends as well into the new drum beat it's really cool! that was my favourite part of the whole song, I salute you for that part!

Overall, it's a pretty average, but could be made into something great quickly! Please listen to my advise and good luck to you in the future!

PS: the end was awesome too!

~Happy Music Making -Squll

3.4/5 (3) 7/10

Bitca responds:

Thank you for your constructive criticism. Will definintely heed some of your advice. We basically thew this together very quickly just to get the notes down for the COLLABORATION.

... and sorry for the MISSPELLED word, it was late and we all make mistakes. ;)

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3.76 / 5.00

Apr 22, 2009
11:49 PM EDT
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4.3 MB
4 min 43 sec

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