What DAW do you use for producing? What other gear?
I think your sounds and melody are fine. The mix may benefit from a bit of a bass boost and some EQing; my initial listen has only been on the internal iPhone speaker.
I *do* agree that your sweeps/rises/drops and your breakdowns and build-ups need to coincide more and be a bit better organized though. Listen to other productions in this genre to get a sense of some other options you might explore.
Good work overall though.
Welcome SnowTigress!If I had only one advice to give, it would be : go learn the ropes of music production with FL Studio on youtube, there's plenty of related content. It seems you have a nice creativity when it comes to electronic music and unfortnuately, creativity is the last thing you'll need in the looooong journey of music production (even at a amatuer level). It could be a nice exercise for you to try to apply some "unavoidable" technique to this particular track (working on EQ's for an example).Anyway I wish you luck and wait for the next track of yours right here.Cheers!Here's my latest techno track : [Techno] Chris Van Gills - I'm Alive
I go by the name Snow Tigress. I am somewhat new to the producing scene, it’s currently just a hobbyHi everyone!
Feedback on my channel and music is appreciated! And subscribers would be awesome too
Newest song “Lift”
I go by the name Snow Tigress. I am somewhat new to the producing scene, it’s currently just a hobby
It's ok for a starters but, the EQ and balance is all over the place.
You have far to much going on in the same middle band and nothing at the bottom or top end.
You need to EQ things so that they have their own little bit of bandwidth and don't take it from other instruments.
When you do that you'll get phase cancellations and a muddy sound
What you need to do is create more separaton and dynamic range.
You do this by positioning each track both in its own space in the stereo spectrum, as well as in its own dynamic range or frequency window
Don't fall into the mistake of EQing something that sounds good in isolation but, doesn't fit in the mix.
The mix has to work as a whole
I concur with the other poster that said use a spectrum analyzer It will help you to get a flat response and should show you where you are over doing certain frequencies.
You aiming for a mix where you can hear every part without it swamping somthing else