Intro felt like a few more fx would've had me hooked a bit more. I had to kind of sit through the intro as not much was happening. The extreme phaser / flanger before the drop was pretty interesting choice enjoyed that. THe actual drop sounds well put together. The bass is very wide which is great.
I maybe would have tamed the high end of the wide bass a little (compression and/or eq) so allow the drums to take that area and focus your ears on the centre channel.
I also felt the breakdown wasn't great.
Overall the track is well put together but it feels like you put all your effort into the drop and almost forgot about the intro and breakdown.
yeah I made the drops and then I was like fuck the intro and everything else.. anyway thanks for the review and advice
I'm getting multiple vibes out of this, none bad.
First one is a kind of Neurofunk vibes, especially with the strong sounds and aggressive drums. If it's what you were going for, maybe more ride and overall faster drum beats would've fit in nicely.
Second vibe I'm getting is the Hotline Miami 2 OST - Roller Mobster. If you've never listened to that song, you should. The slow start reminds me of it in many ways. The strong bass is welcomed and embraced. If that's the style you were going for, maybe more pauses in between measures to add maybe a minor arp or something along those lines.
Overall, very nice track although I feel is somewhat repetitive and feels like it's missing something.
It's nice seeing you mix something aggressive once in a while ^-^.
No, 160 is the only right tempo :) I thought I would put some chords or arps behing the bass, but it didn't work much
thanks for your words
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