@ojustuli6241At this point I am on a paid account. This track does have automation, imported recordings, and an a little bit of premium sound library. I used to be a free user, but I tried a free month trial at the start of this year, and my parents decided to let me keep it as a sort of late Christmas present.
Did you make this track with the free account available or the paid account?
i use uh like 50 lol, including fx and audio channels
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To be fair, at least 23 channels (so technically more than 1/3 of all the channels in this track) only have clips for the part between 4:31 and 5:07.So many channels that it took 2 screenshots to show em.
OH MY GAWD! 66 Channels is way too many, even for this. It sounds incredible but this should ideally be around 20-30 channels. I have never used more than 18.
could you post some of the wubs in the second drop to sinesaw?
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(1 of 3) Sound Check Feedback on Keylime Pie’s track Pond:
This is a track that has so many levels of creativity in it, love it!
My feedback on the production:
*It’s so effective to use recordings of atmospheres and foley stuff since it triggers the imagination. You have done a great job incorporating these elements here.
(2 of 3) Sound Check Feedback on Keylime Pie’s track Pond:
*Even if it’s more of an ambient track I’d push the drum kit a bit with a compressor. Just to get that extra punch.
(3 of 3) Sound Check Feedback on Keylime Pie’s track Pond:
*3.53-4.31 is a passage that could use the less-is-more theory. I would choose to strip down the composition to just a few elements.
I love the drop. It feels both organic yet sci-fi at the same time. Again though, I’d love to really get the beat in my face.
It’s such a cool track and I love the elements. A bit polishing on the arrangement and the mixing and you will have a masterpiece! :D Keep the music coming!