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Vic Mella - Two lucid dreams (Original mix)
Old 15th September 2011
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Vic Mella - Two lucid dreams (Original mix)

Hi everyone

I made this song about 3 months ago, it's called Two lucid dreams.

I don't even know which style it is lol I would say mmm... deep tech-house??? deep minimal tech??? I dont know, but I made this after having 2 crazy f*** up dreams hahahhaha

Accept critics, would love some feedback

enjoy



Old 21st September 2011
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very nice melodies that create a lovely atmosphere

though i believe that drums less obvious would suit better. e.g. a kick with less click (the hit sound in the high frequencies) or a softer click.

also something warmer, softer for the hihat and the snare. they stick out.
Old 23rd September 2011
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so you mean the kick its too loud and stick out too much??

thats a very good advice I will totally change the kick, thank you

and what about the hat and the snare? are they good?
Old 23rd September 2011
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They're sure good, they're building up nicely and the track doesn't get sleepy The groove is cool

I think softer sounds would suit better. The kick, hihat and snare together are too snappy, they drive hard. Try darker deeper softer drums.

E.g. for hihats: try a shaker sound.



PS: At 3:03 is a small gap that made the track stumbling.
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