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Wow your production is coming along rather nicely!
As I've mentioned before not my preferred genre, but hey i'll give anything a listen!
Right away, that bit that has some sort of vocoding in the background has a few perching frequencies that stand out.
I also agree that the stops with this style doesn't work for the dance floor, which this could totally rock! Maybe instead of the break/rest transition give it a 4/4 kick and a fx to keep the energy going?
I'd hang for a bit in a room if this tune came on, thanks for sharing.
Thanks tvmcc, I appreciate the compliments and the feedback. I'll definitely continue working on frequency control, it can use some tweaks for sure. The structure has been something I am working on and my newest track that I am finishing should be much more dance floor friendly. Thanks again!
This stuff is quality, I enjoy more of that traditional psytrance but for once someone did the job on not placing a kick that has this "laser" sound on top and completely removed bottom. After 4:40 the incoming synth sound was a bit annoying, not really fond of it, otherwise it's a catchy tune.
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I like it! great bassline. Agreed not a huge fan of the synth that comes in at 4:30. To me it seems to take up a lot of space. I think it could almost be taken out and it would leave a nice silence time with the stabs to preface before the outtro.
Enjoyed the start a lot. I felt the 'drop' into the first section could be more of a cut. I felt the release into the section could have more impact. Maybe chop the reversed cymbal going into the drop or bring down the reverb into the drop. The bass is phat and pumping on my Adams, no complaints there. I like the highpass breakdown and the elements that make up that. Have you experimented with effecting the reverb to change the space up a bit for breakdowns?
The progression is cool and the elements are sounding sick together. I like you came out your shell a bit at the end section with that lead sound and when the acid sounds come in it creates a cool moment. Nice job