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    Two very funky and groovy tracks asking for feedback!

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    Lately i'm all up in the old school house vibe, sampling old records of my grandparents and reusing them for dancefloor ready tracks.

    Love to get some feedback!

    Also if you produce in the same genre please showcase me your track!


    See yaa

    Booty by Phigure | Free Listening on SoundCloud

    Dons Sack by Phigure | Free Listening on SoundCloud

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    Hi Phigure, I really like Booty, liked for re-listening later. I am not an accomplished mixing guy but everything sounded great to me, sounds had their own space and no one element stuck out as an issue, overall great track.

    I felt Dons Sack has potential but could probably be condensed a bit more, I know the slow lead-in is a thing but felt overall it needed to progress a little quicker and also something else was a little flat, maybe the organ could be a fatter sound? It seemed a little subdued for a lead. Some of this might be taste but this is what I'm hearing.

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    Thanks for the feedback Slack,

    Much appreciated coming from you. Let's keep building this feedback relation.
    As for Dons sack, I couldn't agree more, was really trying to make my tracks more "dj" proof by giving it a longer intro & outro to be easier mixed in with other tracks. but I seemed to have overdone it and ruined the experience of the "home listener". I'll will take this into account for future productions!

    Hope to hear some new music from you in the meanwhile!

    Greetings,

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