K-391 - Summertime [ReChargeD Remix]

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Author Comments


I can't review for my life, but I tried anyway. ;-;

0:00 - 0:16 was a beautiful introduction.
Transition between 0:15 and 0:16 was very jumpy; maybe put some percussive effects there. Melody gets kind of repetitive, so add some variation (harmonization, bass chords, etc.).
Kicks at 0:30 (and the rest of the track) are way too punchy and harsh, so make them a bit more mellow.
Buildup from 0:30 to 0:44 needs a bigger crescendo and tempo acceleration, and it's too "predictable." The tempo change should be more fluid and less incremental in levels.
Drop at 0:45 could really use more perceptible pads/stronger leads because it sounds really "soupy" there. Also, add in bass chords so that it doesn't sound super hollow.
During the drop at 0:48, 0:52, and 1:00, try to be more creative with your interjections. It gets uninteresting after the first time.
The transition between the end of the drop and the restatement of the introduction is way too disconnected. The change between the phrases should be seamless, so you don't need that humongous silence. :P
The rest of the track is basically the exact same thing as the first half, so work on giving each part its own uniqueness/individuality.
The end of the track was kind of disappointing. The end is the last thing a listener will hear, so you can make sure they remember it in a good way by not using a reversed cymbal sample. Try to make something more original (maybe end with your own melodic variation).

Welp, that's all I got. Kudos to you for giving a very popular and difficult-to-top track your own spin. ;)


ReChargeD responds:

Thank you, nice review btw, i agree with you.

ayy that's pretty gooood

ReChargeD responds:

heeey :d

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3.61 / 5.00

Oct 1, 2016
5:48 PM EDT
File Info
3.6 MB
3 min 8 sec

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