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Disjointed Chemicals(plant) [final edit]

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To be honest, I didn't like the use of the sound effects at all. Didn't sound like they fit too well.

But other than that, this is sick. I saw this was in the to be posted section and can't wait to see it : D

Good job.

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So creative, so unbelievably groovy... lows and grunge to die for... yeah the word that comes to mind is definitely "sick." WOW. :-D

But that ending bit... is the song going to continue or what is up with that? Because if not then that is really too jarring... it jarred me.

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Holy high end, I forgot I did not compress this track so no need for the usual boost :o I better give ocr the less high end version. Man do I hate mixing with headphones and forgetting to reference...

welp, getting genelecs soon this summer so no worries : /

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So creative, so unbelievably groovy... lows and grunge to die for... yeah the word that comes to mind is definitely "sick." WOW. :-D

But that ending bit... is the song going to continue or what is up with that? Because if not then that is really too jarring... it jarred me.

There is a VIP Ep for this song.......

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Hey I remember this one from awhile ago. Some really nice improvements! Sounds awesome.

Cheers to updating old work. It's not easy. I take a few of the ones I want to update at a time and I am almost never happy with how they sound no matter what I change.

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Beautiful concept, great execution (despite lots of highs, as you noted).

One thing I will note, however, is that you can get the same disjointed feel without messing up the sub-tempo tempo of your samples (00:49-00:55, specifically, which repeats at 01:28 - 01:34). That is really throwing off the groove, and causes unnecessary clashing at 02:00.

01:37 and 02:07 are great examples of good execution in maintaining the sub-tempo

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