Catchy beats at the beginning. The brass hits sound a little generic and inauthentic, but the drum samples are nice and crisp. I like the synth that starts fading in at around :20. The sweep at :31 was a little drawn-out, and then the texture at :38 is quite different from the one before the transition at :31. I like the sub-bass and new rhythmic content, and the build-up at 1:16 is cool. The drop is pretty catchy, but very minimal, and doesn’t really introduce and novel content into the piece. My main problem with the piece is the lack of originality. It sounds like a very cliche big room house track, given the arrangement, minimalism, use of reverb, and even the snare sample (1:15). Overall, it’s a catchy piece with some appealing rhythmic attributes and solid production quality, but the composition could be much more original and dynamic. Keep at it, vidu3k333!
Mixing, mastering, and balance
Structure, transitions, phrasing, and variety
Melody, tonality, harmony, and texture
Instrumentation and sound design
Emotion, atmosphere, and catchiness
Originality and uniqueness
Overall (how do the elements above interact?)