Feedback on my latest track

Discussion in 'Electronic' started by seicaratteri, Feb 14, 2020.

  1. seicaratteri

    seicaratteri Kapellmeister

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    Hey guys! :)

    Here I am with a new finished track. I would love and really appreciate if you could find the time to give a listen to the track and give me some feedbacks, both on the composition side and the mix-mastering side.



    Thanks all in advance! Have a nice one :)
     
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  3. No Avenger

    No Avenger Audiosexual

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    On principle not bad. Smart arrangement for almost one single part.
    I'd lower the claps' level for most of the track and use a different reverb for it at 3:48.
    Additionally I find the main center synth sound a bit too weak.
     
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  4. Ed Jachimowicz

    Ed Jachimowicz Noisemaker

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    Like the previous comment I agree that this simple melody needs a stronger orchestration. I like the earcandy. For example the sonar sound. Keeps you interested. Instruments could be a bit more balanced against eachother but that could also be my crapy laptopspeakers ;)
     
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  5. seicaratteri

    seicaratteri Kapellmeister

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    Thank you so much! I see your point, is extremely helpful and appreciated! :)
     
  6. Thankful

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    Agree with above. Make it more interesting to listen to. The HHs are really irritating me. Why not do something with that, even a phaser effect would sound more interesting. I tyhink you need to rethink this track: at the moment the music is very laid back but with dancy beats... that's what's making it sound a bit strange. Decide what reaction you want from your listener and build something to make them react that way. Relaxed or moving to the beat, not both, it's not working.
     
  7. fiction

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    I'd put a high pass filter on the claps to reduce the lower midrange and also a bit more treble on the HiHats combined with a little decrease in level.
    The HiHats aren't typical but I don't find them irritating, just different.
    I would add another track with slightly different string chords, there's enough room for it.
     
  8. seicaratteri

    seicaratteri Kapellmeister

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    Thank you for your feedback! Very appreciated! To be honest the contrast between a laid back melody and dancy beat is what I was kinda looking for, I personally like it :)

    Much appreciated this feedback as well! :) I'll work again on the overall balance of the elements and I'll try another string chord as you suggested!
     
  9. retroboy

    retroboy Producer

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    The part I like the most in your track is from 6:00 onwards. I like that piano/chord structure and to hear it with space to breathe (rather than the lead synth line hiding it). Personally I'd introduce the listener to the track with that end part as the current intro is a little wishy-washy.
     
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