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    Hi!

    So I made this EDM track, I just had an inspiration and it built itself fairly easy!

    I really wanna hear all the tips and comments on everything in it!

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    Good day Linas,

    Idomi is an excellent song. Definitely something I enjoy listening to. The earth rattling drop at 0:30 is also an enjoyable experience. My comment overall, great work! Keep it up.

    I have to ask, is this a bootleg? I vaguely recognize the lead.

    Kind regards

    TS

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    Hi Tierno,

    Thank you, I appreciate it!

    So this is absolutely original, well, atleast I don't know any songs with this lead! I was just messing around with synths and when I got to high pitched pluckish sound, I felt that this melody will suit the song I wanted to build towards to, and I wanted growling bass under it, to give it a little bit more aggressive feel!

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    You definitely succeeded. Again, I am going to say this, your song is excellent! (Very memorable.) I am now debating whether I should scrap a song I am in the process of finishing because your music is on a complete next level. Regarding the lead, I guess if someone spends as much time as we tend to developing leads, your memory can trick you.

    You are going to go far, best of luck.

    TS

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    Thumbs up Dope and Vibey

    Quote Originally Posted by Linas View Post
    Hi!

    So I made this EDM track, I just had an inspiration and it built itself fairly easy!

    I really wanna hear all the tips and comments on everything in it!

    Ayy I really like this track a lot its super dope and vibey. It does get a bit repetitive for how long the track is, you could make it shorter or add some more variations but this is a really really cool house song, I like how you mixed it as well. Great work, I would love to follow you and see what else you come up with

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    Thank you guys for your comments, they mean so much to me!

    I didn't put more variation to it just so that it would keep it's "boundaries" and I wouldn't put in anything too weird!

    I have made another track just now. This one is weird, I can guarantee that. I wasn't aiming for any synths, all I wanted is to give more love for pianos - just because most producers now avoid it, and it's my favorite instrument! So I kind of wanted to give whoever listens to this song a walk with pianos..
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    I definitely share the love for a piano. This is based on my personal preference, there are two things I would try and determine if the music benefits in any way form it.

    1) The sequence of 3/4 rhythm, Bb notes. Interchange some of them with prefect intervals and follow the underlying tension created by the chords, keep the 3/4 rhythm.
    2) This is only if you would consider adding something which is not a piano. Listen to Moby - Flower (0:25). A very simple "kick - clap" pattern could potentially add a complete other perspective to a predominantly piano dominated song without taking the attention away form the piano. That is my opinion, someone else might feel differently about that.

    I hope this helps in some way.

    Kind regards.

    TS

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    Quote Originally Posted by TiernoSoldado View Post
    I definitely share the love for a piano. This is based on my personal preference, there are two things I would try and determine if the music benefits in any way form it.

    1) The sequence of 3/4 rhythm, Bb notes. Interchange some of them with prefect intervals and follow the underlying tension created by the chords, keep the 3/4 rhythm.
    2) This is only if you would consider adding something which is not a piano. Listen to Moby - Flower (0:25). A very simple "kick - clap" pattern could potentially add a complete other perspective to a predominantly piano dominated song without taking the attention away form the piano. That is my opinion, someone else might feel differently about that.

    I hope this helps in some way.

    Kind regards.

    TS

    Thank you for your comment!
    My plan here was to make a few different, simple piano melodies, fit together to create something that sounds way more complex than it actually is.. Though I will try it out differently!
    About the second - I have put in a regular kick-snap pattern and some light instruments, you can hear them in the chorus part. Regular kick snap pattern is because clap is a little too aggressive, and the regular pattern just fits in easily, filling in the missing drums!

    Thank you once again Tierno for taking your time!

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