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I didn't know tracks could experience psychological effects... o_0;
I'm not really sure what you're asking... so... I'm just gonna review this.
I like the effects and synths and everything, it's pretty chill and seems to blend well into this interesting kinda groovy spacy vibe. I think that mid-register synth in the last section could use something... it sounds sorta dry and kinda... boxy, or idk. something just sounds kinda plain about it, but it's not like a glaring plainness, just a sort of touch.
I think this is pretty groovy, could go on a chill-out sorta playlist or something.
I don't know what you are asking, but perhaps this helps? idk cool vibes yo
I agree with pretty much what everyone else has said. Love the chill vibe, but a little bit boring. Add a couple more layers as the track progresses and you're good to go. Maybe some varying melodies with the layers, we'll see how it sounds when you add the guitars
a bit slow in the beginning, i was expecting a hard drop around the 1 minute mark like usual progressive house tracks, when it did drop to the chorus at 1:30 i felt like it was just a very basic thump thump more towards a deepish house track?
I've been getting so much negative feedback on this particular track. The truth is, it got inspiration from some quite unpopular artists, who I find very talented... So it carrys Superpitcher's touch, some sort of, but...
Tell me, is it really that bad ? I'm not fishing for compliments, but rather would like to know the psychological effect that producers have on their own tracks
i like your synth in the intro man, nice reverb echoing happening in the background
i like the simple movement in this, the introduction of the kick at 1,30 brings a cosy syncopation into the mix
the elements coming through leading to the drop at 3.00 sound like a clash build of sound, not in a bad way - it's, to me, a minimalism style on its own - it doesn't create that build hype like you hear in some progressive tracks but is still a nice movement throughout regardless.
i wouldn't be disappointed in this, its a decent track
It's not that bad... but it has problems. The energy flow is odd. It sounds like you wanted a progressive flow to the energy but as it builds it is also kind of releasing at the same time so there is no climax.
I dig it. I'm not a huuuge fan of whatever the basis of the piano is, it sounds a little flat/stiff to me. I know good piano = $$$ usually in software, but its kind of plinky and I want something a bit fuller.
It looks as if people have commented on the pacing. Its a bit laid back, which puts it in a weird space. I like to play some 90-100bpm stuff at the beginning of a set sometimes, but overall I think if the tempo were higher it would match the texture of the sounds in the track a bit better if that makes sense?
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