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Halsey - Colors (Chael Remix)

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Dedicated to several friends... You know who you are.

Support Halsey and her beautiful/emotional track:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGulAZnnTKA

https://soundcloud.com/halseymusic

Apparently this song one of those friends introduced me to was what was required to bring me back some inspiration.

This is my first remix with vocals, which I based this project around. It may very well be my best project so far.

Specifics:

- 103 BPM (yes, that specific)
- Genre of remix is 'Tropical House' with slight 'Melodic Dubstep' influence
- Remixed with FL Studio 12
- First project of mine over 6 minutes long
- Used mainly Sylenth, Massive, True Pianos and Orchestral
- Many samples were used to make this project a little more complex ;)

Enjoy this project guys!! It would be quite awesome if Halsey saw this too xD

My Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/mike-bradley-c-music

My YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzqdMtMSFnk9MO3AZ42k8qQ

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This song is amazing! This is on my favorites page! i the vocals do get a little repetitive after a while - but overall it's amazing. The drums are amazing - Halsey's song is too. Her voice is amazing!

Can you give me some tips on my music so mine can be as good?
Thanks!
https://soundcloud.com/thegrandschememusic

Falsesouth responds:

Thanks for the feedback :)

I sent some general feedback via Sound Cloud.

Great! Only problem is that the vocals get repetitive after a while, simply due to the length of the song overall. That may just be a personal preference of mine, though.

Falsesouth responds:

... It has the entirety of the vocals that I used. But I see what you are saying though. I just wanted to see what I could do with any vocals.

Thanks for the review!!!

Your songs just keep getting better and better (except dawn). You just keep on improving. You should be getting a feature soon.

Falsesouth responds:

I swear that should be a meme: EXCEPT DAWN (because it is just that bad).. Dawn was a mistake and I was blind to that at the time. I constantly refer to Dawn when I self assess my work/progress since the start of my music production. At least this failure brought me to this point, because my progressive-styled tracks improved a lot.

Unfortunately, assuming that this won't get enough popularity (177 views is quite low and it hasn't really grown at all for weeks)... I don't think this will get featured :(

However, once I gather the inspiration for my next project and upload it.. I will continue to have hope and make the best of whatever happens!

Thanks for the review and constant support/feedback! It means so much to me :)

Great work man my most recent track was 102bpm this somehow seems much slower Lol

Falsesouth responds:

Probably because this is tropical house... I feel like the BPM barely dictates the speed of a song if you use it a certain way. BPM is crucial for the groove/style of the song. Since you usually make DnB (which I assume is your latest track, you could still make a fast paced drum loop which could actually sound similar to 174 bpm (yet a little different because the BPM makes it have a different feel).

Anyway, thank you so much!!

I think the vocals could be a bit better. I kinda hear the vocal breaths over everything else. This is also a bit repetitive. Otherwise, this is a well-made remix. Keep it up!

Falsesouth responds:

..(facepalm)..

XD the project is not even about the vocals... it's a remix, so personally I don't think that should be a listener's main concern. Maybe I could potentially EQ it differently, but don't worry about that right now.

Thanks xD

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Falsesouth
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19
Score
4.20 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jun 29, 2016
10:25 AM EDT
Genre
House
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7.1 MB
6 min 4 sec
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