Alex Crump - 2 New Tracks... 320's avaliable

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Crump, Nov 24, 2009.

  1. Crump

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    I wasnt feelin the first track to much, but thats just me.
    It's Good To Get Away (Alex Crump Remix) This was great i enjoyed it..Great job on this one.
     
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    ditto didn't like the first one. the melody and harmony seemed a bit jarring. good mix though. the remix is the best one IMO.

    peace
     
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    same here. still, the first tune could do with stronger drum hits. The second one is real fresh combination. Kinda reminds me of Futurebound.
     
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    omg the reese is a bit much tho, ditch that or do another tune off it...
     
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    cheers for feedback fella's

    the reese (i presume ur on about the sound at 3.14) what ya mean too much? dont match the tune like...?

    reason for it was to completely change the vibe of the song js to keep it interesting, but at same time, it does completely change the vibe maybe too much?

    will keep working away...
     
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