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Genre: Funk

License: All Rights Reserved
More work here! https://soundcloud.com/niceandkind

Stream: 128 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo)
Download: 320.0 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo), 7.33 MB
Playing time (m:ss): 3:12
Date uploaded: Mar 04, 2013, 02:22 EST Show more info
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Denhonator gave feedback to KiND for “KiND - Dah Dah Dunna Na”:
I just love electronic music, and this, if something is electronic!
A pleasant mix of different kinds of sounds, keeping it all together with those solid drums!
 Jun 14, 2013, 08:45 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to KiND for “KiND - Dah Dah Dunna Na”:
Fun tune, man. Very retro. What kind of software do you use to make this? I like the fadeout. Very classy.

Thanks!
-Shoham
 Apr 09, 2013, 11:10 EDT


Slopejaw gave feedback to KiND for “KiND - Dah Dah Dunna Na”:
Man I'm a sucker for all things funky. Loving the feel to this one, especially how often you change the main synth. Good contrast throughout (higher octave "bubbly" synths/deeper bass synths), which helps keep the tune interesting.

All the synths are just fine sounding, production wise. The overall mix is sounding real clean. Would love to see more creativity to the percussion though, maybe some fills? Nice work mate, keep at it!
 Mar 08, 2013, 13:03 EST
KiND 
Hey Man! Thank you for the beyond kind words, help a lot of my confusion on where I want to take my music and style. My weakest part of production is my drums, Im going to work on fills and more exciting percussion now! Thank you for pointing it out, seems like my music was a tad bit lack luster on the percussion side :) gonna spend a few days learning how to do it better. Thanks again for the support and taking the time to listen :) keep up the great work, we should collabe!
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Slopejaw 
Yeah man, check out some drum and bass if you can, those producers really know how to lay down a drum track. Tweaking the velocities of individual hits will really make them sound more natural and realistic. I've done collaborations in the past and would be down to do more but I just don't have time to do any right now. I'll be lucky to lay down any tunes for myself. Maybe someday! Until then, just keep honing your craft, I see potential.
flag (Mar 08, 2013, 17:39 EST)