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  1. This is my final edit of the track. I've just spiced the drums up a bit from the last edit,as well as some minor other details Thanks in advance!
  2. I took alot of what you said into consideration. I took like a week off the project, came back to it tonight and think I really cleaned it up. Did some layering with the pluck stuff, layered onto the lead that was there. Fixed the low-end muddiness.I also did some stuff with the mid/side panning. It really helped open room for some frequencies to breathe. Well, anyway I hope you like it. EDIT: I know I could work on the drums some more, but I hope they're better overall.
  3. I can't thank you enough for the input. The track has definitely elevated between the first and second iteration. I've been making music for about a year with no real constructive input which has left alot of my tracks lackluster because I become complacent in what I hear because I'm making it. I have yet again taken the things you've said into account and have what may be the final version. I mixed the bass in a little more, adding a few more higher frequencies to it to boost it through the mix, took some reverb off the claps/lowered the volume, added a few more bits of ear candy, and a better ending than I initially had(bringing the energy down a bit instead of abruptly stopping.
  4. Here's a song very commonly remixed. I used 3 different subgenres to remix this. It's a mix of psytrance/house/drum and bass. Thank you for looking!
  5. This was difficult to do solely because it's in 3/4 and trying to program drums in 3/4 is for whatever reason rather difficult for me. Thank you for looking!
  6. Here is what I've done to it since I first posted it. The original is still up to compare the two. Did a little arrangement stuff, added some fills, better risers. Thank you for looking! ^.^
  7. So I did program these drums with the drum rack in Ableton(my DAW of choice). I just need to be more creative with my arrangement of them in different spots in the song. Definitely need to add more drums to the rack in general to have more zest to play with and keep the drums interesting. I'm definitely gonna make some changes to the track this evening. I want to change my bridge a little bit and play with some build-ups. I did this in a single evening.
  8. Thank you so much! I will make some changes asap and whatnot. Drums seem to be the hardest thing for me to keep intersting. I take things in and out of the drums, but like you said, they're still the same drums. I really appreciate the feedback, I'm already happy I finally decided to join the community!
  9. I think it's mostly done, but I'm new to music production still(about 1 year experience). This is my first post hear, although this site changed my life years and years ago when I had first discovered video game remixes!