Roadrunnerr - Not For The Dancefloor - Soft Liquid

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  1. Cat Gas

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    Roadrunnerr - Not For The Dancefloor - Ambient Liquid

    I made another track, but what can I do to make it a bit better in general?
    I tried fiddling around with the lead synth but it goes too square.

    http://soundcloud.com/roadrunnerr/not-for-the-dancefloor

    all criticism massively appreciated :not_worth
     
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  2. VerbumSapiens

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    It sounds real nice man.Actually-now that I'm listening to it even more-I'm really feeling the vibe.Auch,those piano chords are too loud...
    Yeah,I'm really liking this track.Hit me up when it's done :D
    By the way,when you're working on a track like this be sure to be as precise as you can.You don't want to leave all those nice sounds "un-tweaked".
    Cheers.
     
  3. Cat Gas

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    thanks for the feedback :D
     
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    You might have some problems with higher bass tones, they are really loud. I'd say at about 150Hz and up, it might be the pad sound crossing paths with the bass... on high levels it really tires the ears quickly and drowns the beats. The piano hits are maybe just a touch loud but i think they are more detached, some blending in with reverb could work or change the samples to cleaner ones. They have a small grit, i dont know if it's intentional but they sound a bit like a bad mp3 encoding.

    The mood is beautiful tho. check with an analyser if you have any overpowering peaks in the higher bass section.