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d1g1talhc 2004-10-03 08:41

candy punk (new track)
 
http://www.soundclick.com/images/shalako.jpg
Over the last week this track has made me go insane trying to finish it.

It needs alot more work so feedback will be greatly appreciated.


candy punk

StealthMod 2004-10-03 10:02

Re: candy punk (new track)
 
I've listened to quite a bit of the music here since I've joined these forums and I have to say, after listening to 3 or 4 of your tracks, that your stuff is a consistent favorite of mine so far.

You definitely have your own style.



I can't wait to put some of my own music up.


d1g1talhc 2004-10-07 09:27

thanks
 
http://www.soundclick.com/images/shalako.jpg
Thank you very much. You comment is greatly appreciated.

Good luck with your own music, I'll be looking forward to hearing it.
my music @ soundclick

StealthMod 2004-10-07 23:40

Re: thanks
 
"Thank you very much. You comment is greatly appreciated.
:
:Good luck with your own music, I'll be looking forward to hearing it."


When I get the opportunity, I'm going to set up a file for Reason users to collaborate on and I'll feature it in a thread. I think it would be a fun little exercise.

If you get the time or the inclination, I'd love for you to pitch in when I set the thing up.

robbneu 2004-10-09 16:31

Re: candy punk (new track)
 
I really like the way you've got some of your sounds layered and working together. It's like you've got three or four instruments playing small parts of your overall lead, which gives it a really interesting sound. Gives it a little complexity, without making it complex, if that makes sense.

That hat/tamborine sounds seems a little bright and loud. I might bring that back a little and take just a hair off the reverb to tighten it up a bit.

The obvious direction to go in would be to give it a really deep, loud kick at around 2:28, following that break. Or, maybe have it come in earlier, following that vocal shout at 1:13.

I guess I just hear this song as a "big beat" number and keep waiting for the booming rhythm to take over. Not sure if that's the direction you want to take it, though.

Not sure if any of this helped. :/

Good luck,

Robb
Grumpus at Soundclick


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