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Warmth – My first track up here


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    Avatar of BeyondEarth
    BeyondEarth
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    Hey guys, I’ve finished my first track. Very excited! Hope that you all enjoy. Please drop me some comments and let me know what you think, either on here or soundcloud. :-)

    [soundcloud:3jo3c53b]http://soundcloud.com/beyondearth/beyond-earth-warmth[/soundcloud:3jo3c53b]

    #38006

    In all honesty, it’s not a style of track that I am well placed to comment on massively. I’m really bot big i to synth sounds as much as basslines and drum kits. But, even with my limited understanding, I think you’ve done some stuff really well.

    A lot of people, myself included, tend to overuse samples. But, the sample you’ve used, and where and how you’ve used it, is really effective. I need to learnt that less is sometimes more!

    Also, really like the piano in the 3rd (I think) breakdown. It’s a nice little lick and I think it adds a lot to that section of the track.

    For a first track it’s great! I can’t produce anything near as good so keep at it!

    #38007
    Avatar of sonshinesoul
    sonshinesoul
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    this reminds me of a song that could be played on one of my husbands surfing videos! nice i can only make one suggestion keep on makin more ;) The Lord is your strength and song trust in Him and he will continue to download beautiful music created by Him, as a gift to you,to give back to HIm.

    #38008
    Avatar of BeyondEarth
    BeyondEarth
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    Thank you guys so much for the kind reviews. :-) I appreciate any comments on my tracks… it’s always good to see what others think and corrections they may have. Thanks again!

    #38009
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    Hey, this is a good track. It has alot of moving parts that flow well together. My only critique would be builds. A good build can create great anticipation for a new instrument and also greater enjoyment when the build ends and the instrument begins. Great job!

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