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Created December 13, 2018

Sound Check

Welcome to Sound Check, a Premium group where you can get feedback on your work by a professional music producer.
 
Update: Sound Check is currently closed but we’ll resume shortly. Let us know by commenting below how you like to get feedback on your work!
 
Terms
• This group is open for Premium users only. If you’d like to join, please PM KaI and we’ll send you an invite to the group. If you’re currently not on Premium but would like to join, feel free to upgrade here!
• Your tracks have to be made using Soundation.
• Please follow our Community Guidelines. Failure to do so will result in a ban.
Don’t be afraid to share your work. We’re all here to help each other grow. Join this group and get ready to take your music further!

Comments

I Awake
Soundation Crew
about 2 years ago

(4/4) Feedback on "The Stage"

• All in all this track has a lot of potential so put some good hours polishing this up to a masterpiece. And remember to have fun along the way. ⚡️

I Awake
Soundation Crew
about 2 years ago

@Petersak 4 😀👍

@Croissant You got featured before don't say your songs suck!

@P!X3L_PuNk We might review tracks from other users first so it depends. 😀

P!X3L_PuNk
about 2 years ago

Everything falls is a really good track.

P!X3L_PuNk
about 2 years ago

This new song sounds really nice, i like the happy feeling to it. Quick question if i had premium before & i was invited to this group am i still part of the group or do i have to get premium again in order to get another feature?

BakedButterCroissant
about 2 years ago

may i egt review bc my songs are suck?

DJ G
about 2 years ago

The song is inspired by the Orxon music from Ratchet and Clank!

DJ G
about 2 years ago

Planning to make Orxon extended

I Awake
Soundation Crew
about 2 years ago

This week's review goes to "Warship" - A fun and adventurous EDM track by Riftify. It's awesome that you're having fun with our sound library! There's absolutely nothing wrong with using samples or loops. For this feedback, I'll focus on how to make loops coherent. Plus, how to be specific about when and how to use them.

I Awake
Soundation Crew
about 2 years ago

(1/4) Feedback on "Warship"

• When it comes to stacking loops for your track, there's normally a song structure you can stick to. :)

• Try analyzing the structure of EDM tracks out there how they are built. Usually we count in bars - like 4, 8, 16. (You could see these bars at the top of your studio.) A track usually starts with an intro for 8 bars, then a verse for 8-16 bars, then over to a bridge for 2 bars, and then a chorus for 8-16 bars etc.

I Awake
Soundation Crew
about 2 years ago

(2/4) Feedback on "Warship"

• Check out #5 of this post and you'll get what I mean https://soundation.com/station/2019/09/05/music-class-cheat-sheet/

• As it is now you jump right into it, which is a bit unexpected. If you follow these rounds I mention above it will be easy for listeners to follow your flow.

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