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    Experimental electronic/jazz fusion

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    Appreciate any feedback hope you enjoy it

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    Sounds kind of laid back, but where is the jazz?
    Melody could be a little bit more quiet and the beat could need some more bass in my opinion but its a matter of taste.

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    Really nice chill track! Liking the little vocal sample you throw in there every once and awhile. I feel like the track needs some bass though, it just doesn't sound as full as it could be. Acoustic bass, or electric bass might be nice to add some of that jazzy feel in there. The main section does kind of feel a little repetitive after awhile, maybe try adding in some more percussion elements like a shaker or something.

    Good job man!
    OAKUM--

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    Thanks for the feedback guys, made the track private might redo it and improve the mix cut too much when EQ'ing haha.

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    You should try a different lead(+reverb? i hear no reverb), it doesnt really fit the track imo. More percussion and drum fills for more variation. I like the idea though

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    Cool melodic track. Its a mixture from chiptune and beats. Now it sounds bit static.
    Perhaps needs some variation and reverb for chiptune lead.

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