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Postby The Convicted » 21 Nov 2015, 19:35

Jens: nicely done! But I think the kick should be changed a bit, doesn't hit that much I hoped for. Also do some variations at the melodic part, it's a bit repetitive.
Starkast: proper dark stuff incoming, I really like the atmosphere. Nothing really much to say there, looking for a longer version.

Here's my latest stuff. Not the most professional, but I'll keep trying for sure.

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Postby Antimoon » 06 Dec 2015, 23:52

@TheConvicted
absolutly felt in love with that one, the atmosphere is just freakin' amazing (L) _O_
Piano play is great btw. ;)

Here's my first experimental track, that I think its worth being uploaded.. but I really dont know mates haha :D
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Postby Higgarn » 15 Dec 2015, 19:35

Antimoon you might want to add a guitar bassline or maybe some more backround noise, Sounds good overall but you can add all you want and it would sound good. But other than that i dont know you have a good start. Work on it abit more and come back would be nice to hear what you have done on it after a while. :)

The Convicted It sounds nice have you tried add a cello as a bass so you have that bassy kind of string to fill in to the track otherwise its nice and clean piano and strings.


I seriously need some help on this one, like i have put up abit of a constuction on this one but i know it needs alot of work but i dont know where to begin.
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Postby The Void » 15 Dec 2015, 23:51

@Higgarn: Very interesting synth, main thing to work on is making the drop more interesting. Try adding a heavily distorted fm synth in or try playing around with effects on your main synth, play with filters and distortion, maybe add some notches and play around with those?
@Antimoon: Nice idea but really just needs filling out, add extra elements as Higgarn suggested and also try and make the strings sound more natural, if you can, link the volume/dynamics of the sound to a mod wheel and adjust that whilst playing, I've found that to be the best way to achieve a natural, authentic sound.
@The Convicted: I like it but would love to see it fully dressed with more parts of an orchestra! Nice work :)

Trying out some trance again, been a while since I touched this genre!
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Postby Higgarn » 17 Dec 2015, 21:30

The Void love the way you used the vocal and if you only made trance i would have all your tracks right now, i am trying to get it as you have done but i never get it XP however i like the flow you have in the track you realy have something here, i want the mp3 when you are done with it :) ^^ <3


I call this track a remix because i used the vocal from the original track, but i have not yet listen to the original how it was made i only had the vocal in my vocal pack that i downloaded and ended up with this so called remix :)
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Postby The Convicted » 18 Dec 2015, 12:28

The Void:@The Convicted: I like it but would love to see it fully dressed with more parts of an orchestra! Nice work :)


Nah, I want it to be piano track much more than some orchestral piece :)
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Postby Herman » 30 Dec 2015, 01:42

@The Void Very good, love the trance (L)
@Higgarn Nice one, really dig it :D
Can't really give you any feedback, as I'm not as good as you...

Me and my brother has been working on this project during Christmas, and are getting happy with the results, but we need some feedback, it would be much appreciated :)
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Postby Edgie » 30 Jan 2016, 10:42

@Higgarn this is relaxing, personally I even would've preferred it a few bpm slower but thats taste, nice mixdown quality and the beat/cymbals kind of remind me of the Police - Walking On The Moon (J-Art & Madan Remix), in a posititve way :+ also nice use of the vocals.

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I like your build up very much, gives me a refreshing feeling, melody is good too, sound quality is good, but maybe cut down some upper mids? Feels a little bit stuffed there

So I finally uploaded stuff I've been doing the last year, and I'm very curious for feedback :) it's soft/light/chill house? I don't know
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Postby Polyzer » 11 Feb 2016, 18:50

@Herman: One thing I noticed in the beginning of your track is that snare hit at 0:14. It hits a little too early. Should hit a few beats later. The rest of the track is good, but you should work on your mix. Some sounds feel a bit too loud or agressive. Keep it up!

@Edgie: I really dig the overall atmosphere of your track. Maximum chill level! Though it feels like you put a low-pass on your master channel. Please add some high frequencies to the track! This would make the athmosphere stand out even more. Also you should make more room in the mix for the punch of your kick. It gets eaten up by the surrounding sounds and thus looses its energy.

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Postby dhamiri_k » 20 Feb 2016, 04:03

@Polyzer - really nice track. love how you work with the bass at the first part. melody is also nice. :)

My attempt of making a cover of Serendipity. thanks in any feedback
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Postby Higgarn » 09 Mar 2016, 03:42

Polyzer Cool track dude! Im bad att making such tracks or rather i am bad at making a good lead over the top of the bass and melody XP but it was a realy good track overall liked it very much.

dhamiri_blurrboy Sounds nice the only thing i would concider when doing piano covers or something like that is how the piano sounds. for me that piano does not fit but i get the idea :)

Here is something experimental im working with sounds cool at the moment but abit messy or what do you think ?
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Postby Vioda » 30 Mar 2016, 10:13

@Higgarn : Sounds really fresh!! Totally my taste :)

Here is my latest track under my alias David Pinot for techno and deep house music.
Have a nice listening :)

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Postby JoMaZ » 18 Apr 2016, 14:32

@The Convicted nice atmosphere nothing to critizies really. Maybe you could put some melodic sub under it.
@Antimoon sounds cool except that everything could sound fuller/brighter
@Higgarn I like your last snippet but the sounds on the drop need a lot more power.
@Herman Jensen sounds a bit to random for me. Sounds could use some more processing
@Edgie nice progression nothing to say really
@Polyzer sounds nice. I think it could use some sub more
@Vioda Sounds fine but not my style

some new neuro stuff i am working on
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Postby Herman » 21 May 2016, 18:35

@Vioda Cool track, I like the kick and the vocals you used, but I'm not that into techno tho
@JoMaZ I like the vocals and the general sound of it, the genre is unknown territory for me :P

Here's another one my brother and me are working on
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Postby Arcus » 31 May 2016, 05:56

@Herman I like it a lot! Really chill and emotional. Not a whole not to critique, besides maybe a louder bassline but in this case it's more preference than anything else.


Future garage track I finished last night. Let me know what you think :)
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