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  1. @Gario Hahaha Let me make clear that I have zero intentions of entering a competition or panel, But thank you for the feedback! Thanks for the complement, that means a lot to me! Big fan of the Battle Network Series. Indeed it is quite clean. I haven't been arranging that much the last months, so the changes are kinda boring to me.
  2. Hello OCR! Long time! I have for you a house remix of the I used sidechaining in this mix for the first time, I would definitely like some reviews/feedback on this mix! Normally I won't work on covers and remixes anymore, but because of the use of new techniques, I am open to suggestions and directions. Thank you in advance, T-Ape
  3. Dude, My biggest advice to you and your bassplayer is work on your technique. It will add so much to the cover when your technique is on point.
  4. Awesome cover! Took me a while to get the time in the beginning, but once you get it, it's amazing. Like how you switched up some harmonies! Always a plus for me!! And eh...brutal guitar man!
  5. @Gario Thank you! That's a great compliment. I hope to record it soon. I had to focus on exams, so didn't have the time yet.
  6. Hello OCR, long time! This time I have a small bass cover for you(with drums too) I wanted to record it myself, but i'm still practicing, so that's a thing for the future. Anyway... Hope you like it. If you have feedback regarding the mix, balance, that would be great. Yes the sound is midi, I know, but only the bass will change. I don't have a drummer or drumset. See ya!
  7. *Bumb* I updated one of my songs. @Feyhd Making the arpeggio brighter performed miracles! Thanks @timaeus222 @DevilBeats I hope the mix has more impact now. I tried balancing instrument use more this time by cutting stuff out. It's still pretty full, but every track has more space now.
  8. Thanks a lot for the feedback! This one is short indeed. As I wrote, My guitar skills were a bit low. The extra loud piano is to cover up the sloppy mistakes I made on guitar hahaha. I'll check the bass though, I don't have problems with it's volume, but that's probably my speakers. About the drums, I'll look into that. I don't often write jazz, so I made a loop, but never added extra stuff to it. I don't know when I'll work on it again, not very soon i think. But when I do, I'll check your feedback again. T-Ape
  9. Thanks! Awesome sounds, especially the build up is one that I haven't heard like that before. I like the arrangement you made of it! the versatile in dynamics is one of the pros of this one. What I do think is that there's a problem people get when covering this tune, including yours(srry), it's that people lose the drive of the chorus after the build up(I made a cover too about 6 months ago and had the same problem). In terms of instruments, Maybe it's my own headphone, but I experience the hi-hat as too loud compared to the other instruments. Hope you have use of t
  10. There are pro's on giving someone feedback on their level. To give an example and taking in account Timeaus and my view. Scenario: Let's say I'm a world class pianist and I have to give feedback to one of my student. This student has learned the first part of fur elise by ear and knows the C major scale. - As his teacher, to get him one level Higher, I would give him an exercise on playing the C major scale with more dynamic, staccato, or an arpeggio/interval. We could work on the F major and maybe start the second part of Fur elise which is in F major. This would be a challenge for the s
  11. That's TOTALLY what I meant! xD:P Yes, my proposal is a bit formal. From what I understand from your post, giving people their freedom on how they want to present their work has more priority(if that's the right word for it). I'm curious about the how-to thread on tag-use. I'm also pretty new to that, so... True, I agree completely. True, I get your point of view. What I meant with the argument was feedback that the remixer is not ready for yet. Some are still beginners with recording or arranging/changing a song and receive feedback that's just to far above their curren
  12. Sounds awesome! Wonder if NFS let's you use your own music. Definitively fits the game!
  13. Rozovian, I have a question. Whenever I try to give feedback on peoples work, I can't help but ask myself: What did the maker of the remix/cover intended or why did he do this or what does he want me to give feedback about specifically... This, in my opinion from what I see, sometimes results in good feedback being given, but maybe not what the maker asked for, wanted or (yet) needed... What do you think about the idea to let people post their work and give additional information, like what they wanted to achieve, what do they need feedback for, short description of their work or so?
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