Man, u outdid ur self! Sick!
@KSmuthi I think that melbourne bounce is my thing :D
DUDE! This is HIGH QUALITY bounce! This is "your genre" isn't it? very few people make lots of good melbourne bounce and I appreciate the people who make less mainstream tracks.
this is really cooler than i that at the beginning.
I haven't even heard this song of Avicii's before, but this sounds good, so you get one like from me. =D
Elements that could've made it a whole lot better!!! Don't get overwhelmed by these huge comments, I left that much detail because I truly think this was a fantastic idea that you can build off of later on! Just remember that the key to filling songs up is layers. All my project files have 2-3 different synth pad sounds, each of those sounds layered 3 times!! Maybe apply some of these ideas/tips in your next track? Keep it up! :)
(Which you had) and a huge, fat saw lead! The lead itself could have used some more layers and harmonies to them. Some hi passed white noise and 16th note hi hats would have really helped fill it up as well!! Your sound design was pretty good although it could still use some cleaning up at times, like the attacked saws in the second half of the drop could've been much more powerful overall. I like the variation in your second drop, good job with that. Lots of people tend to overlook that and it's a big issue! Overall the remix was pretty good, it was just a bit repetitive and lacked some
Hey man, pretty nice work! First off I'd like to say great genre choice. Your kind of main progressive section in the very beginning was a little redundant and a bit empty. I would've liked to see that turn into a massive Prog. House section with tons of pads and a huge sub all with the melody before going into your buildup. The build itself lacked the power, I wish it had add some more risers and maybe a few more sounds. The drop had a nice idea to it but it was kinda weak. There wasn't a sub, and it was a little empty. Seeing as it's melbourne bounce you want a strong offbeat hit