yes my mans!
I love it, so happy you got featured!
thanks for the feeback :)) I tried going for a more low-end, psyhedielic feel, which is why it seems muddy. And for the ending, I tried to stay away from extra percussive parts and focus on a symphony type mood.
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A really sweet creation. Usually I don’t like samples from speeches in a track but Alan Watts fits perfectly in this one! :)
My feedback on the production:
*The whole production feels muddy, like a blanket has been put upon it. I would use an eq on every channel and cut the lower frequencies in order to give more space to the production.
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*I would also choose to lower the volume on the bass channel just a little bit.
*I feel that a lot could be done on the beat. Eq and compression overall and up with the volume on the hi-hats.
*In the break I most probably would introduce a sidechained pad far away with lots of reverb.
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*At the end part I’d fill up with some random percussive elements with automation on pan and perhaps a delay/reverb on them.
*The choir at the end wraps it up nicely. I would work a bit with the eq on that part as well as adding some more reverb to it.
*The arrangement works fine as it is. I’d just choose to add more variation with adding some more tiny elements. Overall nice work though. Keep the productions coming! :D
nice mellow track
so good wtfffff