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permalink   Wed, Jan 9, 2008 @ 6:30 PM
Lots of things going on in the eearly going, but also lots of space for things to fold into.
I like the way that my headphones are alive with different things, and the way that you juxtapose traditional rhythm section sounds with more nouveau electronica things. The little horn-like synth line is just a tad virtual for me. I like the way you fit the vocals into this one. I’d like to hear the dynamics *pop* a bit more on this one. I like the way you cut the instrumentation and go simple just before 2. This one really holds my interest. That guitar around 2.30 is really funky and fun. I wouldn’t want it overpowering, but for me, the bass should come up a bit more here and there in the mix.

This is an infectious mix. Great fade and blend in of the riff at 4, although the riff might be more fun if it jumped from speaker to speaker.

Great job!
permalink   slumberlords Wed, Jan 9, 2008 @ 11:32 PM
listening to it again this morning, i noticed that i could have made the rap more punchy by split/cutting it a tad earlier into the mix. i agree, there needs a bass boost in the mix as well. i really had fun with this, thanx for the great review.
permalink   Thu, Jan 10, 2008 @ 9:21 AM
Love what you did with the many different directions you took the music. Full of energy and a surprise around every corner. A real treat.
My only nick pic, At times the vocals seem to get a lost in the mix. Also the track goes off sync a bit here and there, but nothing to go cray about.
I like what you did here. Good work.
permalink   slumberlords Thu, Jan 10, 2008 @ 9:22 AM
i noticed that too in the first verse, vocals too low.. i wish i had more time to tweak these things though. dang work gets in the way. thanks for the review.
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permalink   Wed, Jan 9, 2008 @ 6:23 PM
Very funky…I like this
permalink   Fri, Jan 11, 2008 @ 4:27 AM
Wuzzow! Peanut butter jolly rancher style… loving all the stretchy juxtapositions, I agree the vox get a little buried at times, and some of your samples have stretchmarks showing- but the overall mix is just tooo creative and fun to get too worried about it, a real treat for the ears!