Nice one, bro.
this is beautiful
I like the distorted beats at the beginning. The chord progression at :15 is a little cliche, but I enjoyed the crisp drum samples and well-reverberated mix. I think the piece needed some more up-front melodic content - you seemed to banish the melodies to the background starting at :30, which was a cool choice for creating atmosphere, but didn’t really serve as a cathartic emotional height. The mid-range instrument at 1:25 accomplishes this better, but it was also very brief. I like the church bells in the background at the 2-minute mark and the more extended melodic section you offered there. I’m not always a fan of the one-climax model, but I think it works pretty well for you here - for longer pieces, I think you’d need a bridge or breakdown to give the track some more shape. Still, the sound design and atmosphere in the piece are awesome, and I have no complaints about the mixing and mastering. Keep it up, Cryono77. ;)
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Alright, so this is a really interesting electronic track, with a bunch of unconventional choices in both sound design and production.
I think my favorite part is probably the crazy soloing synth that comes in over the drops - we totally need more drops with good solos.
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