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    Progressive House track (Inspired by Deadmau5 & Armin van Buuren)

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    Hi there,

    Here's me showcasing my latest track called "To The Fallen Ones" - as the title implies, it's inspired by Deadmau5's melodic side and some Armin van Buuren vibes as well.

    Feel free to post your feedback.

    Link: To The Fallen Ones by Tinem | Free Listening on SoundCloud

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    sounds pretty great! real clean mix and nice synths at the 4 minute build up

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    Thanks!

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    Very nice man, keep it up! Any reason you only upload to SoundCloud?

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    Thanks! Well I've used Soundcloud for years so it's really the only big platform I know of. I've been on Splice too but I don't think the reach is that big, but haven't been that long on Splice so I could be mistaken.

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    It's pretty good! I think the kick sometimes overshadows other parts of the song, but I like the punchy kick! I'd love to know how you made it
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    Thanks! The kick was essentially your everyday Vengeance pack kick with a multiband compressor and some EQ'ing to make it more punchy. I brought down some of the mid frequencies and cut off the lower frequencies from 40hz to make it tighter in the sub, and then brought up the levels to make it louder

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    Awesome! Thanks! I've been having trouble getting a kick of a new idea to work, I'll try mixing up with your techniques. Thanks
    Getting started - My first song

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