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  1. Hey everyone! I'm new to posting around here, but I've been a long time lurker (for over 10 years now I think). Anyway, I only recently got back into producing music in FL Studio, which was a hobby of mine in high school, and I feel like my first few tracks have turned out pretty good! For today, here's my first lo-fi hip hop release. I plan on doing more in this style, which I've been listening to a lot lately. This is by no means my main style of music, I also like to produce dance and trance music, as well as an occasional hip hop beat. I would totally produce jazz if I could, but my setup is really minimal right now and better suited to electronic music. By day I'm a gospel keyboardist, singer, and songwriter, so really I just like all things music Anyway, here's the track, and I hope you enjoy! If anyone has feedback on the mix or arrangement I'd love to hear it. A little more info on how I made this: The track was made in the latest version of FL Studio, using a free electric piano sample as the base. The beat was drawn in by hand, and partway through production I purchased a Nektar Impact LX25+ midi controller (which is awesome by the way) and I used that to play the synth lead and do some of the automation. All mixing/mastering was done in FL Studio, and I'm aware that it's not perfect and I have a lot of room to improve, BUT I actually was really happy with the mix overall. Thanks for listening!
  2. Hello! This is a remix that I just posted on SoundCloud and submitted to OCR. It started out as a plain Jenova remix, but after messing around with it and adding some harmonic layering from Find Your Way (FF8) onto the chords and started messing with the chord coloring, it sounded cool enough to me so I added a section that is more centered around that source in the middle of the track. What do you think? Do the sources work well together? Cheers, Plato