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Abterra
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I'm looking for some constructive criticism

Post by Abterra » Fri Jan 20, 2012 2:08 am

Made some music recently, and I was interested to know what y'all think:

http://www.soundcloud.com/abterra

I appreciate it, I will return all feedback, just ask.

merges
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Re: I'm looking for some constructive criticism

Post by merges » Thu Jan 26, 2012 9:14 pm

I don't have much to say in the way of constructive criticism, besides maybe keep working so that your sound becomes more and more *you / differentiated. :)

Loved the Echoes track. Very soft and hypnotic. Great use of pauses a couple of times, too.

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Re: I'm looking for some constructive criticism

Post by JadedEvan » Thu Jan 26, 2012 9:54 pm

I try to hop into this section of the forum often just to see what other people are doing, give some feedback. I have to admit, your tracks are the first time that I've ever thought "alright, these tracks are actually pretty good!". Compared to other folks who are posting stuff on here, I'd say you're doing a great job.

That being said, the only suggestion I might make would be to focus on the sounds of the drums. In the two tracks on your soundcloud ("Luvstruck" and "Zeigtgeist"), I felt that the drums sounded a little too direct, they felt like they were sitting up front in the mix. Maybe just a little bit of reverb, something to add some space and some natural feel.

Keep it up!

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