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This is an old piano creation I've made like... one year ago and I finally have the guts to record it and masterise it on FL studio. Hope you will enjoy this. Dont esitate to post any feedback you have.
I dropped the bass a little, as you said. Actually, I don't hear it too loud on my rokit5 speakers but on my fathers bass it blaze all out of it and I can't hear anything... I also changed the bass sample for the second phase with a 808 kick. Il seems more logical this way. Thanks again and have a good day
I really like that chord progression with the piano. The cold, brittle piano sounds very '70s spy thriller. Not James Bond, actual spy thrillers. Loved it. Can hear the clunks and thunks as you're moving around but it doesn't take away from it, I think it adds a bit of atmosphere.
Not crazy on the crash right at the start. Personally I'd remove that and just let the second crash be the first crash. I think its a bit too much in the face before the listener has had a chance to psych up.
Thoroughly enjoyed this.
Now following on SC, loooong time I think since I've done that.
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I love to lo-fi sound of the piano coupled with the hi-fi sound of the percussion. Also I do enjoy the fact that the piano tonality changes every now and then eg. 0:28 where it goes from minor to major tonality. Too many tracks just repeat the same tonality and it just gets dull.
There could be a more lengthy intro as the track does start a bit too suddenly (personally I would use some form of reverse reverb). Also, while the kick drum is very nice and infitting with the music I would play around with it a bit although that probably isn't worth it since it isn't really a massive feature in this track.
the only thing i would change is the mixing, the high end is a bit harsh, and the piano sounds like its at max volume, the more headroom you leave the louder it will sound, i would suggest to filter out some frequencies with an eq so that each sound has more space to breath. I couldn't listen to some bits at max volume but other than that the track is good