Can't believe I didn't drop you a review. The whole track is great but I'm wondering what the creative motive was behind losing that "horrible world" sample to the drums at 00:20. I could hear a liquid track letting that sample play out all the way and delaying the song for a few more measures before kicking the drums back in but you decided to get right into the track instead. In doing so that sample gets momentarily over powered. I'm not sure if the track would really be at all better or worse if that sample were played with but that's really the only problem I have. The drums are sexily mixed, all the pads are perfect, bass isn't obnoxious. This track is gold :)
I like your review!
So my thinking was it'd be cool to let the drums hit right as he says the title. It wasn't something to think about heavily, but i feel like letting the sample play out and then hitting the drums is just so overused and often times feels like it's there to fill the silence. I wanted it to feel like it was part of the track more. Honestly it wasn't a major decision and mostly going off the rhythm of the vocal mixed with the drums.
Awesome liquid! And really fresh too.
Thanks. I really love Liquid dnb, but long to get the same style and sound. Hopefully I can crank out a couple more soon.
nice one :)
Congrats on 900 fans :)
You most certainly deserve it!
Oh, and neat track too ;)
Thanks! Now it's gonna be massive when we hit 1000. I'll definitely have to do something special then. it's a personal goal to reach that before PICO day.
I used to only upload music for the first couple years so I know I still have some fans that wait for my tunes :)
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