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chris - introducing, thank you baby.

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First track of a mini album project I'm working on.
"Introducing" speaks for itself and foreshadows the album's atmosphere. Scratches, piano loops, ethereal sections, abstact hip hop drums and more...
Hope you enjoy this first track under my artist's name (which I haven't chosen yet by the way).

Any comments are welcome, the song needs some remastering and I might change the bassline a little bit...
Tell me what you think.

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aphone [be] - 10 years ago

superb!!! very nice work !
 

Sapaj [be] - 10 years ago

superb!!!
 

DeHomunculus [be] - 10 years ago

nice piano, scratches 'n' stuff. perhaps the beat ain't omnipresent enough, imo. if i'm to judge, add some more beat. aside of this little complaint, nothing wrong. very nice i'd say :D thumbs up!
 

Distreality [be] - 10 years ago

very very nice
 

chris [be] - 10 years ago

thx everyone, I agree with the drum part, it might be more prominent, as well as the bass don't you think?

Also, do you think this is worth an album? If so, any idea of some labels or producers that might be interested?
 

Anonymous [be] - 10 years ago

Nice! very bright and open sound!! ad to my favorites!!
 

dtr [be] - 10 years ago

i dig it :)

some remarks:
_ here and there the piano loops don't loop/flow very well
_ the noisy screeches might be a litlle bit too harsh/loud in the mix
 

chris [be] - 10 years ago

Thx man, I agree with the screeches, I haven't got rid off the clicks either in the voice samples which makes your comment even stronger. nI'll mix that down thanks to you. I'm not sure about the piano loops though, I'll have to check it out, sometimes it just feels like loop does not flow very well because the bass doesn't follow suit... I'll work on it

Keep up the good work everyone
 

liquidbass [be] - 10 years ago

wow.... really hot tune
 

Kyran [be] - 10 years ago

The idea is very nice: the piano loop and sax are nifty, but th stuff you scratch over it, and the background noises are too much out of sync most of the time (at one point it sounded like you just recorded some random radio show over it)
The beats could be more prominent too.
If you tidy this up, you'll have a great track!
 
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