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    new electro beat "Pull Up" :) (f4f)

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    So here is my newest electro song. I hope you enjoy
    Looking forward to some constructive critique. I'm really trying to get a little better with mixing and mastering ^^


    edit: I feel the kick is sidechaining a bit too strong since there is so much deep bass in it. I will change that for the final version.
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    intro was straight but bro you gotta work on composition.. you went from this sound.. then that sound to that sound... you know what i'm saying you gotta take listeners on a journey and return them... you took me all across the world on this track.. feel me.. maybe it's just your style though.. But anyway come check out my house release and trap beat > https://www.futureproducers.com/foru...-links-450135/
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    Is that a Chinese harp? I really like that pluck, great feel.
    If I had the sidechaining my way, maybe just drop it down just a TAD. You want untrained ears to notice (I think), so your ears really noticing it should be just the right amount.
    Climax is great.
    Really good melody, chord progression.
    Best yet is the distinctive intro, good for recognizability.

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    The track has great potential. The chord progression and pluck leads sound nice. At one point of the track, the kick was panned to the left and not balanced. Anyways, decent track!

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    I thought it was nice it has some cool melodies. Mixing was decent low end area could be cleaned up a bit. The kick needs more thump or i should say hit harder.

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    thank you all
    @swagproductionz: Yea I am aware of that. There is really a lot different between verse and climax especially. I often have that problem when I'm doing electro stuff. I can't get the transition from simple straight forward electro beat to a nice hopefully surprising chord structure..
    @ajit: Thanks! I guess that is a good thought, I will keep that in mind when working on the sidechaining!
    @Cofactor: The panning of the kick gave me a lot of problems and I tried to correct it but for some reason it is still a bit off.
    @quike: Yea I think so too, at least for the climax the kick loses a lot of power. Your previous tip will probably come to help there

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    Hey mate, I think the side-chaining is just right, but thats just my opinion. Kick could use some fixing, I like the sound nice and punchy, but the pan and level are off. Composition wise I actually really like the track and don't agree with the first comment, it all fits in place for me. Good job mate.

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    Thanks! I am aware of the panning but what do you mean exactly with the level? is it too loud? And the composition thing, thanks again, I can understand the first comment, but I guess this is more of a taste question then

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