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Ey peepz,

This is my second try to create a minimal track ... again i'll place this under techno, it's minimal tech ofcourse :p ... plz comment me , even when it sucks ;) ... but i think it is not all that bad

my greetz





xfreyr [be] - 12 years ago

putain mec lais toi aler c de la bonne zik

aphone [be] - 12 years ago

yep, nice mood in tha track!

i would get the BPM a bit faster and more breaks,
but i like it like that :p

djsennahoj [be] - 12 years ago

Very calm, very serene...but it's focussed somehow on the percussive part: the clap and hihats are really emphasized. It should have more small 'ornaments' (srry, i dont know a better word). Some 'whoops' and 'dips' could create some tension and they would decrease the repetitivity at the same time...
For easy listing (not minimal though) this track is really good.
But now, i just listened to your other minimal production and i must say, that one is better, because it has more variation on the percussive part. In minimal every element should be analysed and reanalysed untill you go crazy, so, you still have a long way to go... lollll no, i'm kidding ;)

Anonymous [be] - 12 years ago

song is goed, ma werk langer aan de kwaliteit van u geluid; de bassdrum bv klinkt te dof en tklinkt niet als een geheel met de Hhats en snare.. melodie is cool , ma af en toe een dik effect oversmijten! Play with yer Fx!!

Anonymous [be] - 12 years ago

This is a very good one. Normally I like more elektrofied songs, but this accoustic minimal is a very good start. Keep continuing in this genre. Everyting fits and it would be a very good "opener". Keep up the good work.

Greetz C. ;)

firefrog [be] - 11 years ago

i like the mood of this one! sounds a bit villallobos-alike (which is good ;) )