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    Sounds great bro. Great sampling and great sound design and most importantly great mix and mastering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zakwan Small View Post
    Sounds great bro. Great sampling and great sound design and most importantly great mix and mastering.

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    Thanks I checked you out!

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    Hmm this one is different. I can imagine the creative process on this one was fun. Nice flipped. Unique way of doing it, which is a plus if vocalist dare to jump on it. I can imagine like a G.O.O.D Music rap posse on this one hah.
    The mixing is okay, I would maybe just have gained the whole song a bit. Richen it with some compression, and Equalize the kicks so that they hit harder, but still keep the MPC feeling intact, with the softness of the kicks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headnod View Post
    Hmm this one is different. I can imagine the creative process on this one was fun. Nice flipped. Unique way of doing it, which is a plus if vocalist dare to jump on it. I can imagine like a G.O.O.D Music rap posse on this one hah.
    The mixing is okay, I would maybe just have gained the whole song a bit. Richen it with some compression, and Equalize the kicks so that they hit harder, but still keep the MPC feeling intact, with the softness of the kicks

    - Here is my latest beat, tell me what you think: Trav$ Scott Type Beat - "Wildin Out" Crazy Banger - Feedback Returned
    Thanks for the great feedback on the mixing. I'll look into the kicks.

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    Dope sample choppin man! i like how you played with those samples yo keep up the good work! #BASSGODD

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    this is dope music!! Like the samples you used. But i dont feel like anyone rapping over it idk.. It feels like it wel ruin the beat Does that make any sense?
    Just keep it instrumental..

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    Great sampling, I would equalize it to have a bit more bass.

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    Nice one, I like how you keep things fresh. I think it could work with Danny Brown. That rim-like perc around 2:00 sound dope. My main critism would be how kick and bass relate to each other, I think the kick doesn't cut through as nice as it could. Still a dope beat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mycelial_Cords View Post
    Nice one, I like how you keep things fresh. I think it could work with Danny Brown. That rim-like perc around 2:00 sound dope. My main critism would be how kick and bass relate to each other, I think the kick doesn't cut through as nice as it could. Still a dope beat.

    Mycelial Cords - All This Time | J Cole x Kendrick Lamar Type Beat
    Thanks checked you out!

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