Liquid garage/house track - Hugh Hardie & Neutralize

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by hughhardiemusic, May 21, 2013.

  1. hughhardiemusic

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    So I know its not a dnb'er, but I'd still like to share it with you guys: my remix of Neutralizes tune 'Falling Down'. I'd love to hear some production feedback, positive and negative. Nice one!

     
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    Loving it! Except for that meowing vocal :) 2:00-2:23 I think it doesn't fit perfectly. Overall you did a great job on mixing and structure! You could boost trebles a little to make it sound lighter:)
     
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    EvezDroppin how to change name,......

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    sounding nice, the vocal chops in the intro, i tthink could be tweeked, where it goes high pitched im not too keen on. mentioned in the previous comment aswell. love your style as a whole tho, defnately got a gift on the melodic side of things!
     
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    thanks for the input...yea i'm still not 100 percent on the chipmunky vocal
     
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    already commented on it on soundcloud, it's absolutely amazing, really love it, very relaxing with very full percussion to make it very funky, maybe lower that chipmunk vocal an octave ;) GREAT!
     
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    Yeah sounding good, the idea for the intro is great. I agree that the vocal could use some work... it feels like sometimes it's not entirely pitch as well. The feel to it is great however. Relaxed and nice!


    Just checked out the original too... God it was horrible!
     
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    thanks for the input team! I'll take more time with vocal chopping for the next one, to get it more on point