Agent Mulda - Down To Earth (New Version...)

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  1. agent_mulda

    agent_mulda The truth is out there...

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    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    cool sound, almost like spirit at times. generally i find there are way too many parts in the track and the melodies dont really work for me. but just roll it out abit more, you dont have to change stuff all the time.
     
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    agent_mulda The truth is out there...

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    Cheers for your feedback. I see what you mean. I was just trying to stop it from getting too repetitive, but in future I will bear that in mind.

    Appreciate the feedback
     
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    Zeal Ohm/C2D/Dark Asylum/Ennex

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    Synths in intro are a bit too quiet for the drums level in intro
    Didnt really build up much at all into drop. Just kinda dropped in.
    Defo needs to build more, there are also some key issues with the bass, the last note in particular.

    I like the film sample half way through, thats really good, and the way you build up here is great! really teases.

    i like this section better for sure, i rekon u could drop out the synths here tho to give it a totally different vibe!
    Not bad man good effort!
     
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    agent_mulda The truth is out there...

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    appreciate the feedback from those who have left it.

    Track needs a lot of work. This is my first D&B track and there are a lot of issues.

    Started working on something toatally fresh, may import the vocal sample and some element and totally rework the track, or I think I might just go from scratch on something a bit exciting.

    Thanks again!:cowbell:
     
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    dar kist KYRO

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    trick is to try and get a bass line or hook that people want to hear over and over, then do variations and as said , roll in and out with maybe one major change

    Nice tune thou bro, drums sound pretty good
     
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    NICE TRACK FOR FIRST EFFORT


    KEEP EM COMIN PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT!!!
     
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    RocksteadyUK SkimoBeats

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