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Here, a variaton of the original music.
I hope you enjoy the it.
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last tip is this: DO NOT UNDERESTIMATE PANNING. Take a sound thats stereo and make it on the left or right, and then move it somewhere down the line. maybe oscillate the panning, or even combine it with a fade in to create a cool stereo effect. Dont be afraid to do this with your drum samples too. I recently learned that a high hat or ride cymbal sounds awesome when it's being panned through a filter or through a phaser with a low mix and feedback level. Hope this all helps! Very good job! :)
The first drop: I loved it. Awesome sounds, as a constructive critique I may suggest trying a pause/break in your beat (like a second or two of absolute silence) before the chorus begins. Gives the impression of taking a breath before things get wild, kinda like before you dive underwater. Additionally, regarding intros, I may suggest if you have a sick beat or sound going, a volume or filter fade in is an easy way to do an intro and to help your song progress forward.
The reason I couldn't get into it i think is mostly due to your intro. It's a bit clunky and now that I've opened it I see you sort of tried to blend a loop with some other sounds in order to establish your sounds for later in the track. I couldn't bob my head with the beat, and this caused me to sorta miss the drop. I felt like the whole time I was trying to "catch up" to the song. That break at
threw me off too. No worries, just keep working on your intros.
Okay, I had to listen to this a couple of times before I could effectively comment, so I'll just go down the list as I listen:
First thing is, as hard as I tried, I couldn't "get into" this. I like the variety of sounds you used, and most of them sound pretty decent, so really good job there. Love those yoys, and those stabs, pitch bend, and chords blend together fairly well to give me a VERY accurate early Doctor P feel, and I LOVE Dr P, so keep that up for sure.