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Postby Cryptex » 28 Oct 2018, 05:38

Not sure what to give feedback on here right now. Everything was already said so i'm just gonna drop my Track here without giving feedback for once and hope that's ok.

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Postby EMi » 02 Nov 2018, 16:51

@KRB-MP Dude you have improved a lot! That last track was really better than the other stuff i saw from you :)
The build up to the intro is good, the intro itself its driving (you could improve the mix/mastering because kick and screech sounds too "crispy" but its decent enough).

The melody is good, you should use some high pass filter on the buid up to the climax to make the drop more "explosive". In the climax the melody is a bit drowned by the kick.
The outro is a bit annoying with the piano, i would just quit it or make it lower on volumen

Over all good track man! :)


Im working on this at the moment, let me know your thoughts!

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Postby Krystaal » 02 Nov 2018, 23:53

@Cryptex,

I actually like the break pretty much, the buildup is nice, only thing is the reverb doesnt seems to fit with the current lead synth and for my taste there's too release on it :p overall it' kinda good!! i like it! ;)

@Emi,

Pretty much same story, i would replace that squarish synth by an another one and i would add some gliding .. :P (that's personal taste tho) but it's a good start!

and for myself would be my collab with Dinamo :

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Postby discjunkies » 03 Nov 2018, 19:32

@Krystaal, @EMi, @Cryptex. All three sound pretty awesome to me, I am listening to music and producing music with shit speakers so cant give much feedback on mixdown, but sound design sounds good.

Heres a preview of a track im working on thats a little different, kind of Hard Psyish, 180 BPM
Mainly need feedback on the mixdown cause Im using a Bose Soundtouch 30 to produce and it is very difficult to hear the mix properly.
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Postby EMi » 06 Nov 2018, 18:37

@discjunkies the mix its pretty good, the only thing i can complain about is the vocal. i cant hear it properly specially in the 2:31 part. i usually put the vocal -4 -3 db than the kick. also the last drop sounds more empty than the rest. overall cool track :D

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Postby SKRWD » 08 Nov 2018, 18:00

@EMi
Nice kick! :)
The synths sound a bit empty and thin to me. Also, that outro part with the vocal sounds really messy to my ears. Besides that, I have nothing to complain about. Keep on producing man, you're making progress! :)

Really, really short snippet of a collab, including a try on a psy-ish kick:
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Postby AzukiMinaduki » 08 Nov 2018, 23:21

SKRWD:@EMi
Nice kick! :)
The synths sound a bit empty and thin to me. Also, that outro part with the vocal sounds really messy to my ears. Besides that, I have nothing to complain about. Keep on producing man, you're making progress! :)

Really, really short snippet of a collab, including a try on a psy-ish kick:


I feel like the kick could be a bit more distorted, at least in the sub part, but it sounds pretty cool!
i'm currently working on a remix of a popular trapish song

im not quite sure about the main lead, or if i should use another kick
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Postby EMi » 09 Nov 2018, 06:09

@SKWRD i think you can distrot a lot that punch to make it more crunchy/harder! sounds so thin. the bass is good for me ;D

@AzukiMinaduki i think the punch has some resonating frequency that makes it sounds like a "lazer" or something like that, if thats the case try to reduce the db of that frequency that on Fabfilter-Q. also you can add a lot of more punch, sonds so thin to me. the lead is cool !


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Postby JensJacobsen » 10 Nov 2018, 15:17

AzukiMinaduki, do like the build and sound set! just change the punch. kick itself is dope enough (y)
EMi, sounds solid to me. liked it really much :) awesome build too.

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Postby AzukiMinaduki » 10 Nov 2018, 17:00

JensJacobsen:AzukiMinaduki, do like the build and sound set! just change the punch. kick itself is dope enough (y)
EMi, sounds solid to me. liked it really much :) awesome build too.



i'm in love with the melody but i'd make the kick a bit louder
but seriously that melody is amazing
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Postby SKRWD » 11 Nov 2018, 23:14

@EMi

I'll try my best on giving feedback on it as I'm still an amateur when it comes to mixing down tracks.
From 0:51 to 1:17 it seems as if the lead sounds were mixed a bit too loud. The kick loses power in that part.
Having that said, I couldn't spot any serious mixdown issues.

@JensJacobsen:

Wow! (L) Lovely melody and vocals!
Though, as Azuki has already mentioned, you should make the kick louder.
Also, the vocals are a tad to loud for me. Other than that, pretty amazing track! Keep on doing! :)

Here are two projects on which I'm working on together with a colleague of mine.
The first one is our take on making a Hardstyle x Psy hybrid. The second one is a try on Frenchcore. Enjoy!

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Postby SNOOPP » 12 Nov 2018, 10:48

SKRWD, this is sick, really interesting to listen. Maybe mastering cab be better. Everything seems to be clean, but not loud. Anyways, nice job!

One of mine latest tracks, I made it in January actually and it was long time on a release schedule, but now i can show it. I heard some critics that kick can be louder, but I wanted to achieve as much loud sound as it possible and bring synths maximum to the front. For me its like normal, everything is on its place. What do you think?


Also we started a new duo project around year ago, this is out latest release. We are trying to get rawphoric sounding.
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Postby EMi » 12 Nov 2018, 20:57

@SNOOP in the first track: intro is a bit chaotic, the melody is repetitve and mastering/mix have to be improved, your waveform is a sausage xD
second track: 99% thats a devin wild kick, withouth that... the melody is cool and everything sounds better than the previous track

@SKWRD the psy kick could have a more powerful punch and bass, the rest sounds pretty good on both tracks!! nice one

i made this with a shitty headphones... so dont look on mixdown
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Postby Krystaal » 13 Nov 2018, 00:16

@EMi, i actually liked the other one more :P i miss some shitload of reverb on your synths but the overall is nice!

made this but still need some work tho..

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Postby SNOOPP » 13 Nov 2018, 09:06

EMi, your track can be louder and lead sound more wide. Also I think about cymbals that they are somehow too in the front of everything.

Krystaal, really nice, the only thing that I found desturbing that kick is having some glitch, (from 0:50 for example). Everything else is perfect.

This is the older track of ours, but if you here will say that this 99% SZP or DW kick I will be really honored/happy because they have briliant sound and we want to acieve at least 1/10 of it. Also sausage waveform means that everything is loud as possible and well mixed, this is how I learned it.
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