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Tomorrow, Tomorrow there's always Tomorrow
Inspired by Rameses B
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wooo holy moly this is crazy
this is really nice. love the fluttery background synth.
to me it sounds like you've made some great progress understanding the fundamentals of structuring melody and chords and just an entire palette of sounds in general. pretty exciting actually, there are so many different dimensions into which your music can grow now (with such solid ground underneath you). I would say the most important thing at this point is to really dig into chord types.
I love the fact that you listen to jacob <3
it only helps to make things immediate :) even now with a keyboard i still just use my ears and fiddle with midi notes until it fits what idea i have in my head
I am excited to experiment. Just got a keyboard, which helps
this is weird. the sounds, the rameses b inspiration, the track title "tomorrow" (one of my old track names), the vibe etc. it all reminds me of when i was developing some of my older music hahaha. thanks for the nostalgia trip
Thats one of the greatest compliments I have received. Any comparison to you <3
I love that track by you! Its my favorite you've made
ayy charted! <3
This is my procrastination song.
oooh noice :D
Thanks guys :) <3
this spamming kid has the same amount of faves as me on this, pisses me off people can just play the charts
sorry about that. Truly love your music ill do it way less often sorry.
I really like this song keep up the good work! definitely adding to my playlist of songs to listen to!
thanks for the feedback
will fix vocal and or the little bass. Also trying some panning on different sounds.
(1/2) Hey Fluent, thanks for your message on my wall. I like the lo-fi vibe here. The low-end is very good. The distorsion sounds also just right. Some suggestions: The vinyl crackle should be stereo, like real crackle (different pops and cracks on L and R). In mono it just disappears when the track becomes busy. The high end of your drums (hat and snare/clap) sounds a bit distant, in the background. It could be level or EQ, but I'd bring it "closer" to the listener.
Sorry that it took a while :)
thanks for your feedback! So happy you responded
(2/2) You can also be more experimental with pan positions. Lo-fi usually benefits from unconventional panning. Same for reverb and delay. In lo-fi they are more "instruments" than effects, so you can get more creative and extreme with them. For example in your vocal. I hope that this was useful. Note: I agree with ollie, there's a dissonant voice in there. But this is a song-writing issue, not a mixing one.
looking into the vocal
for sure man, many thanks
summer beat fs, nice one
great feedback on this, ily guys!
Super chill dude i like this! only thing bugging me about this is youve got one synth that, (to me anyway) sounds like it has a few dissonant overtones which dont really fit with the rest of the track, everything else is clean mix wise, its just that one synth/bass jumbling it all up, the synth i mean comes in at
and throughout :)
you mean the vocal chop right?
Thanks il check it out :)