SubCorp. - Liquicitus

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Radass, Jan 10, 2015.

  1. Radass

    Radass Member

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    next progress.

    Cya with another.
     
  2. Awez

    Awez New Member

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    sounds good
     
  3. Solace

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    Hehe always the same with your tracks, the style isn't really my thing, but I can't not comment cuz it's too good to ignore.
    As always, sound design is very good, mixdown same, drums same, everything same...
    Good tune!
     
  4. Awez

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    definitely agree with crizis haha
     
  5. melophobie

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    I've tried to find something that could be improved (think this helps the most), but can't find anything lol. Arrangement and Mixing is really how it should be, in my opinion.
     
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    This is a heavy tune, like the vibe on this alot!
     
  7. Quotec

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    Very great flow, intro was top game! Mix is working fairly well too but personally I would switch up the snare. The only thing that I don´t dig about this track is this piano in intro and synths throughout the track. These don´t kinda fit into the tune.
     
  8. Radass

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    Thank you for your feedback guys. I agree with you, we are still fighting with instruments and elements selection during compozition. I hope it will be better with next EP (1/2 March cca) ...gonna work on it. Cya later. :)
     
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    ARTFX www.artfx-studios.com

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    Fuck it I love it! :D
     
  10. Radass

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    and I love your stuff on youtube! Your education content is kickass. Many of your tips inspired us alot. Thank you for that! :)
     
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    ARTFX www.artfx-studios.com

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    That's always good to hear! :D
     
  12. artistcalled6

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    Reminds me of Subtuar, so I'm now a fan of Subtaur and Subcorp. Nicely done! My brain kept wanting the bass synth to be a little dirtier, but I kind of think when a song can make tease the brain like that it's a good thing.
     
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    really good. ^ like he said, i kept waiting for it to get dirtier or heavier.... either heavy tramen-style hats and for the bass to get sustained with alot of movement. but that wasn't what you were going for so i think you did a really good job, it was sort of like a brain tease to me too but that's not a bad thing. well done.