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About mundiaxis

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    Snacks'N Jaxson (+1)

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    Bassist with an interest in chillhop, lofi, & funk
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    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
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    Electric Bass

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  1. This is beautifully written, thank you for taking the time to go to this level of depth. I'll definitely start using the checklist. I am new here, and I do create remixes -- I think I can grow better if I grow in critiquing as well, so thank you!
  2. I feel like the better I am with supporting others, the better I'll be with supporting myself as a musician. Outside of simply critiquing others more consistently now, what are some other sources or ways that I can quickly improve? Anything that's helped anyone here? I've been reading some of the critique reviews from the "Judges Decision" section, and I'd love to be at that kind of level. I love the attention to details.
  3. Something that's changed the game for me, when I do it, is completely changing up the drums or bass for a section. I find that it adds a breath of fresh air to things because when the harmony changes, it's like the ground underneath you completely changes.
  4. Hey everyone, this is my first post here! I made a remix to Sonic & Knuckles' Death Egg Zone. I am a bassist first, and keyboardist second. I really enjoyed playing the bass line to this song in a more funkified manner, and I was curious if I could funk-up the whole song. To be honest, I almost gave up on this project because I didn't feel I had the creativity to make it possible, then after playing around with new ideas I found a sound that I liked and kept it going from there. I REALLY want to grow as a videogame remixer, and I'd love any critical feedback that you can think
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