I love that whole transition thing from 2:20 to when the drums come back in. It sounds sooooo gooood. I dig the quick little WAH thing the beat does as it comes back in.
The wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhHHHHHHHHHHH thing at 1:56 is really cool too, probably my favorite part.
The bassline is awesome.
The drum pattern is killer.
I like the variety of cool synths going on throughout. There's like a buzzing chord thing, a really high-pitched squeaky piano thing, a lower but still pretty high melody thing, and probably some other ones I'm forgetting about -- I like the panning you do on them. Sounds real nice in headphones.
The slow reverse crash cymbal thing in the intro sounds real nice.
Whole beat is very so-cal. I don't see how my track led to this -- that was drunken auto-tune guitar jam, with mic hiss everywhere and ghetto default FPC drums. This shit is chuuuuuuuuuch. Clams as fuck.
thanks man. It makes it worth it when people appreciate my music, I appreciate your continued support~!
Ok, WHOA. That.... 0:22, what just happened? That transition was on POINT. (I write reviews while I listen sometimes....).
This bass that comes in is superb. The legato notes and staccato notes are not misplaced at all and it's just beautiful. The chords from that distorted piano, whatever, it fits insanely. This whole thing------wow. That transition again at 2:01 was perfect. I'm trying to find something I can critique on, but there is literally nothing. That switch of quality 2:19 is wonderful.
The only thing I could possibly suggest is that a recurring melody of some sort be fit in here during the chorus parts or something...but I don't even know about that because I don't even want this to change. Everything about this song is perfect. You said you're "pretty proud", you should be extremely proud of this mix. It's gold. Everything about it is gold. Beautiful, beautiful work.
Damn....I really appreciate that. Sometimes I make shit and I don't think people will react a certain way so it's always nice when they do. Thank you!
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