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Sep 3, 2017 | 8:49 AM EDT
File Info
9.6 MB
5 min 18 sec
5.00 / 5.00

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Rated 5.00 / 5 stars
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223 Plays | 8 Downloads
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Hip Hop, Rap, R&B - Hip Hop - Modern

Author Comments

Produced by Cajete

I wasn't sure where under what category to put this. There are elements of Dance, Hip-Hop and Pop so it was unclear. I was experimenting with side chains and arps hence the sounds. I was inspired by Cascada and the Starfox training menu song.




Rated 5 / 5 stars

yooooooooooooooooooooooooo. ♥

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Cajete responds:

I'm glad you like it!! =)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is great jamming music! Keep up the good work! That lead that you used is perfect, not overbearing but yet not to subtle.

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Cajete responds:

Thank you for the vote! I love when people leave reviews and actually hear what I was trying to accomplish. I can't believe you mentioned that lead so specifically. It was difficult compressing the sounds properly for those sections of the song. It was difficult to mix it all together to make it sound how you hear it now. I wanted to have everything mixed and mastered in a way where you could hear any instrument you wanted to so long as you listened too it deeply; so you could zone in on something particular you might like. Like how you said-- not to loud but not to subtle. This meant everything had to be even. Many probably think it's just turning down vol knobs but I can confirm that when you are working with electronic sounds-- arps, synths, etc it's much more complex. The intricacies of frequencies, levels, compression, and overall mix in general vastly come into play. There are sections that have completely altered mastering than other parts in the song because it's what was required in order to obtain a similar balance of sound across the entire song. I'm still not happy with the drums-- I will most likely go back and update them at some point. I'm still learning a lot of new methods and applications in terms of mastering. I learn new tads and bits when I experiment with different genres which is why I'm currently working on an entire Synthwave compilation. I feel like I can pick techniques up from different genres and bring them over to what I'm currently doing. This song is a testament of that; trying to learn new things.