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    StevieHooper is offline Registered User
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    Smooth Reggae Beat

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    What's good Future Reggae Producers,

    Produced a smooth reggae beat and looking for some feed

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    Thumbs Up, Di ting Chriss
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    nice vibe ... i'm not sure about that synth you use tho .. i don't rly think it goes to the rest of the track - drums, bass, guitar, etc.

    Keep me posted
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    @ghostdogg_of_nvf thanx for the feed.. what instrument you suggest using instead of the synth?
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    I am going to be your most harshest critic when it comes to Reggae. This is my love and passion so when I hear it I look for what I like personally. To me it sounds corny. Almost like it was made from a Casio keyboard. Again this is only my view. Even with Reggae coming out it needs to sounds punchy and full. This sounded dry and open. I advise to make it more bassy and go away from a new age synth and come back to a rhodes or moog. Get that feeling back again. If I close my eyes to this track I imagine a 1980's movie with couple on their honeymoon with the "local band" trying to play a Reggae tune....then back to their Polka music right after.
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    @Nautty Thnx for your Feed my man.. Always like an honest critic, so I can step my game up! Bless!
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    *Thnx for your Feed my man.. Always like an honest critic, so I can step my game up! Bless!*

    now I know you're a real musician! I agree with Nautty - something like a moog would work better ... but now that I'm listening a second time ... I dig the synth you use for your intro ... during the rest of the track, I would suggest either an electric guitar - or just take it out completely b/c the track stands out enough on it's own.

    You could try it out but I would definitely try to come up with a different riff altogether for this beat - especially when during the breakdown at 1:48
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    Reggae is nice and Dancehall also.
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    Thnx! appreciate it! Bless
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