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Harga
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39 posts since 8 Aug, 2013, from New York

Postby Harga; Wed Feb 26, 2014 4:52 pm Progress since I've started

Hey everyone,

Just recently finished up a remake of one of my first tracks I ever made when I started producing a little less than a year ago. I haven't had much inspiration lately and haven't been able to come up with anything new so I decided to put my time to some use and remake this track. I'm very happy with how it turned out and it's great to see how much I've improved over the past few months (even though I have MUCH to learn before I'm good heh). Have a listen if you will and let me know your thoughts!

Here is the new version:
https://soundcloud.com/hargamusic/machines-1

and here is the version I made when I first started producing: https://soundcloud.com/hargamusic/machines/s-urKLo

Specifically, I'd like to note the over-use of compression in the original - it actually hurts my ears to listen to the part at 1:05 to 1:20. How did I not hear that before!!!!! I changed up a few parts to make it more interesting, including some of the 1-bar breaks, the breakdowns after the main "dance" parts, and the outro.

Hope you enjoy! :phones:
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sbj
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388 posts since 17 Aug, 2012, from Denmark

Postby sbj; Thu Feb 27, 2014 2:40 am Re: Progress since I've started

There is definitely a huge improvement.
No doubt about it.
I won't comment on the new version 'cause I don't know
much about this genre.
(from what I know it sounds just right)

But recarding the sound: Well done :hyper:
Always nice to hear someone grow and getting better.

Cheers :tu:
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