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Thread: Hurricane - Pusha T, Schoolboy Q type beat (F4F) - prod. by Jack Muta

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    Hurricane - Pusha T, Schoolboy Q type beat (F4F) - prod. by Jack Muta

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    man that was trippy af I dig it mix sounds flawless

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    Thank you man

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    Gude,

    crazy beat man. I would bring the drums a bit more upfront and lessen the reverb on them, also the snare sounds a tiny bit panned to the right? I like the bassline, maybe you could give it more drive with a more dominant kickdrum. I like the creativy sounddesign, it doenst sound like trap 101 and the stuff most ppl do.

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    This is dope! like the wonky sample. Tight drums, feels like you mixed traditional with some 808 drums. feels good! great work!

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    To be honest, I expected it to drop harder after the intro but I was pleasantly surprised by the flow of the song. This is being added to the in the car freestyle playlist for sure. Keep up the good work. Please tell me what you think of my stuff as well. soundcloud.com/syntaxraps
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    This is dope fam and I can definitely hear Pusha on this. The only thing I would say is to make your drums stand out more. Try eq'ing and compression. Other than that everything else is on point. Keep up the good work

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    Dope as composition, definitely like what you brought to the table here this is fire, yea, once you start get your drums more present you your gonna be set.
    One thing you should try to do that all pros do is, is make your drums the priority when mixing. As in it is the first thing you work on in your mix, all other elements will resided around them. Dope shit bruh! 1
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    Very different and I like it. My only suggestion is work on the DRUMS and Bass mixing. Seems unbalanced IMO.

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    Hey thanks for leaving feedback for me, sorry it took so long to get back to you! Really like this man, I like the vibe to it. The mix is good but I feel some reverb could go a long way to filling up some empty spaces. Dope work man, look forward to your future releases!

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