I'm a fan of the percussion, and the piano carries a very thoughtful tune. I love that "quiet" moment around 2:12; it makes the piano part very evocative. It varied just enough to keep me from thinking the music was too repetitive. Overall, it was a fine listen.
thx for listening :)
The minimal but dramatic introduction is what drew me in and then lost me a little. But then it dropped. I would suggest starting your build up a little earlier, just for the extra "omg its gonna drop" factor. Personal bias suggests that your kicks should be a little deeper, to complement the bass. That being said, I love how the bass isn't in your face either, being happy to act as rhythm. I would still insist on getting them to sit a little bit better together though. Your piano and orchestral arrangement sounds gorgeous and reminds very much of something from Mirrors Edge, which is a complement. Overall, beautiful track, but I think it needs to hit a little more, and needs a little bit more variation. You do you.
I like my dnb kicks kinda light in most of tracks.. just personal preference
anyway thanks for the review, glad it was listenable for you :)
Hey there! Happy to get another piece from you!
It is very liquid indeed and feels well rounded up, bringing a chill vibe along with the soft piano. Now, I'm going to guess again that the bass is from Sytrus, might be horribly wrong, feel free to correct me. This bass, to me, feels a little left out. Not that it would be too silent, I have great headphones and I hear it. It just seems like it resides too low in the frequencies. Maybe you could've added some higher ups in there, just to make it feel more present.
As always, just my opinion. Great track :)
bass is lowpassed around 200hz, anything above that didn't fit the rest of the song imo.. it's supposed to have that "deep" feeling.. and it's harmor but any synth could do this I believe :)
thanks for the review as always
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