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Apr 15, 2017 | 2:18 AM EDT
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Song
7.9 MB
3 min 28 sec
Score
4.63 / 5.00

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Rated 4.63 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - House
Tags:
memories
mauxus

Author Comments

Created with Logic Pro X

Reviews


TroisnyxTroisnyx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That opening pad is nice, warm and harmonious. Then that kick comes in -- very well mixed by the way; I can feel the air around me vibrate. It's ambient, and has a very nice subtle blend of every frequency on the spectrum.

I don't know if I associate this piece with memories, though. There is a general feel-good, mystical but also Ar Tonelico-like atmosphere to it. That vox in the back (I don't know if it is a vox) is a nice touch. The melodies, when they are introduced, are simple and effective. They don't dart all over the place. You build up the piece very well, even with similar chords playing in the background, so every credit to you.

It's not your stereotypical house track, but on its own, it's a very emotionally evocative piece. Well done.


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Mauxus responds:

This is very helpful, thank you! For some reason this track has been extremely time consuming to mix to a level that was acceptable to me and it feels good to have confirmation that I'm heading in the right direction.


WIGMANNWIGMANN

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Haha I know some of the samples :D is it only logic x stock stuff you have used? I like the guitar very much


Mauxus responds:

Thanks, ahahah I was waiting for someone to say that. You must have spent a lot of time on Logic stock instruments too ;) I'm forcing myself to use what I have to at least learn the basics first. It does involve a lot of tweaking.


EoD696EoD696

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is a big improvement from your last submission! I can tell you've delved considerably deeper into mixing/mastering for this piece, and I think the results are engaging and beautiful. Once again, great composition, I'm really intrigued by the way you assemble melodies and movements, and I think you've got some really good transitions in here. I was a little put off by the sudden introduction of the piano lead at 0:47. I feel like that transition could be fleshed out more - I'd play the piano refrain once before that downbeat with a ramp on the track volume. It'd start out silent, then come in slowly over the course of the bar - when the crash hits, it's at full volume. Also, that crash feels buried - I'd like to bring him out more front and center, probly just needs a little volume boost to accomplish that, but maybe a compressor...I'd look at the amplification envelope too, maybe you can reduce it's attack time. I could keep nitpicking til the cows come home, but I feel like you've got a real good piece here, and I'm noticing improvements in your execution - keep it up, m8!


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Mauxus responds:

Thank you. Yes, I lost count on how many hours I spent just on mixing but It's fine because it's part of the learning process and I know that even more will be required. Great suggestion about introducing the piano ahead of time: done! (with a little trick added too). I changed the crash altogether because that one wasn't up to the task. The track is supposed to be much louder overall too, (consider yourself warned ;) Thank you for your feedback.