LoKey512 gave feedback to noclass for “The Downfall”:
Dubstep is one of my favorite genre's and this track is no exception. Excellent work.I like the transitions and switching up on the beat.Great choice of of sounds
 Dec 16, 2015, 22:50 PST

great work JTB
i got my hands up yo
 Jul 30, 2015, 02:45 PDT

Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Slopejaw for “Dust Bunnies”:

I had not heard your music in a while. Good to do so again. How has your production been coming along. I am still waiting for more :)

Big fan of the tempo changes here :)
 Feb 22, 2014, 05:50 PST

Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Kode Bliss for “Halcyon Rage (WIP5)”:
Very impressive, man. I definitely still love the opening sequence. Has a movie-quality to it. I could still see this one having a good-bit more syncopation throughout, though.

The syncopation that is there is very good, but I would like to hear more, especially in the first minute of the piece. I also like the change-up to dubstep in the middle, and noticed some of your trademark themes throughout, which was cool. Also, the font looks cool, Sho
 Jul 14, 2013, 04:21 PDT

Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Kode Bliss for “Halcyon Rage (WIP4)”:
I really like all of the weird talking at the beginning, something I think that I have mentioned in my comments for other versions of this track as well.

It makes me think that this one could afford to be more weird and eXperiMental, as a whole.

I wish that I could be a little less vague and just kind of say "here's what I think you might want to add or take away". But somehow I feel like this one could be MUCH weirder <:{o-I---<
 Jul 11, 2013, 05:07 PDT

Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Kode Bliss for “Halcyon Rage (WIP3)”:
Weird sounds, man! I like the experiment with voices at the beginning Has something of what they used to call musique concrete quality to it.

Good steady beat throughout, but you had some nice variation, to help and keep my attention. Cool little melodies a well.

One of my favorites from you -- so far. Keep digging a little deeper. End=good.
 Jul 09, 2013, 04:59 PDT
Kode Bliss 
Hey thanks for listening and commenting. I am getting pretty good feedback on this one, so I will work on it some more. How are you doing, got any new rock tracks coming from your bands?
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
something new up. A WIP... Check 'er aht...
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Gabrielle gave feedback to Slopejaw for “Dust Bunnies”:
I don't know about dubstep, but I like this. Cool sounds and tempo change at the very beginning, and I like how it ends too. You should post more stuff.
 Jun 21, 2013, 16:43 PDT
Thanks man, appreciate it. I'll post a tune I finished up the week now, as well as check out your stuff.
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Denhonator gave feedback to Jake for “The Glass WIP”:
The sounds are really neat and unique! I wish I could handle making that kind of sounds :D
Now, finish your work, and this will top many dubstep songs I know!
 Jun 14, 2013, 00:01 PDT

Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to KiND for “KiND - Oh Well”:
I had not heard this one in a minute. Still a cool one. Esp. like the little voice over -- I am not sure that I heard it the first time!

I feel like it needs maybe some deeper basslines...

Thanks again,
 Apr 24, 2013, 14:59 PDT

Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Slopejaw for “Dust Bunnies”:
Very chill mix, Slopejaw™! I like how it changes tempos throughout, as a composer myself this is something that I struggles with at times, so it's neat to here somebody experimenting with this. My headphones are not great, but one thing that I noticed is that there isn't in my opinion as much bass as I like to hear in dance music. It's not that I don't like the line you've composed, I do, but I feel like it could be louder, although, again, this could just be a function of my lousy headphones!

Thank you!!!
 Mar 21, 2013, 09:39 PDT
Hey, thanks man. Besides the intial tempo speed up at the beginning the tempo sticks at 140 bpm throughout. I do understand the bass thing but it is most certainly your headphone. I keep my bass in very low registries, so you're probably only picking up the upper harmonics. The sub is compress and boosted to near max. Thanks for the kind words!
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
No problemo, man. I am always learning, esp. about music, and particularly about electronic music, which is not my specialty. Thanks, Shoham
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