Thin and Crispy - Since You Went V1

MARKLAR

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likin this mate
but seems like thers a little too much high end i am on laptop speakers tho so i may be wrong
second half is sick drums are sick but i gotta agree with castel the cymbal is a bit much would like to here the finished version
ill av another listen on proper speakers wen my hangover gos away!lol
 

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I dont think ur keys are very inspiring musically, dont really feel it either. But once again ur drums are sick. The pads is very nice aswell
 
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i struggled with it last night and they are actualy recycled from another track i didn't end up doing anything with, pretty much, think im gonna take um out... the track won't miss them.

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nice track mate! wicked drum work, the song structure is very fresh and the bassline after the switch up is wicked. love the pads as well


Criticisms: i think the tap-tap-tap hat during the intro could do with being brought out more, the rhythm element of the intro is sort of drowned out by the cymbals. I agree with fishy as well about the piano line...i dont think it matches the bassline very well after the switch up either.

other than that, a solid track mate give that a proper mixdown and youll have a serious tune!
 

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nice track mate! wicked drum work, the song structure is very fresh and the bassline after the switch up is wicked. love the pads as well


Criticisms: i think the tap-tap-tap hat during the intro could do with being brought out more, the rhythm element of the intro is sort of drowned out by the cymbals. I agree with fishy as well about the piano line...i dont think it matches the bassline very well after the switch up either.

other than that, a solid track mate give that a proper mixdown and youll have a serious tune!
I put them back in there after the second drop to kinda keep the track as one, didnt want it to sound like 2 difference tracks, u know a bit of continuity? the pad doesn't work at all with the reece and the arp is drowned out by it a bit with the heavier drum work.
Fishy would have been talking about some chords i put in there which i swiftly took out haha. cheers tho, will sort the hats in the mixdown :)
 
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