Stereoscopic gave feedback to Ted Kindig for “(deleted)”:
This is one of the funnest songs I've ever heard. They should be playing this stuff for preschoolers.
 Mar 20, 2012, 12:40 EDT

Wow. This is great stuff. I think the intro might have taken too long. But I'm at 2:00, and everything fits together very nicely. I love the piano. Haunting. And the bass seems to add that sort of "anticipation" feeling. It's amazing how there is so much feeling in a piece with no words. I think you can bring the snare out a little bit more. Really great stuff though. Keep it up.
 Mar 19, 2012, 21:38 EDT

The Closers gave feedback to Badabinski for “Flashbang”:
This is a pretty cool piece. I liked a lot of the tone selections you chose and or created. I'm not an expert in mixology, but I would say that the main thing that could spice this up a bit would be a little more more syncopation in the piece. Specifically in the drums, I think. That can be a tough balance, especially if you're trying to keep everything together. Thanks for sharing, -Ari
 Mar 19, 2012, 17:27 EDT

Hey Badabinski, this is Shoham from WalaWalaWala. Glad to hear your back making tunes again! I like the vocals, and this Mongolian monk thing you have going here... I would say keep rolling with this one, I'd like to hear a lot more buildup, and at some point one of your drum beats drop down in the middle of this motherf****r

Keep on pushing, glad to have you back, and if you get the chance check out some of my solo work I'm working on with this account. Thanks, -Shoham
 Mar 15, 2012, 13:27 EDT

fierceband gave feedback to Badabinski for “Flashbang”:
Hmmm. I think the mix sounds pretty good. Perhaps eq the bass to just as low but less shaky. it feels like if I turned it up in my car it would start to rattle and get cluttered. You could also make all the ambient doodle bop noises pan hard left or right or pan FROM left to right. Or you could even keep most things panned near the center for the first 2 minutes or so and then the part that comes in around 2:20 make things start to pan hard left and right so it feels like a big punch in the balls followed by a gust of wind at hyper-speed. Overall I think it sounds pretty cool how it is.
 Dec 11, 2011, 16:51 EST
Thanks for the constructive criticism man! I love it when people really dig in and tear stuff apart. I definitely agree with the bass - this was my first time really attempting to mix my songs and I didn't realize that you should save that space for kick drums or else your bass will get too rumbly. That's a great idea about the panning as well. I didn't really have enough variation there, and I wish I did. Unfortunately, the project file died with my old laptop so I won't be able to go in and change stuff, but I can always take critique forward to other songs. Thanks a ton!
flag (Mar 15, 2012, 11:09 EDT)

Stereoscopic gave feedback to Interpret for “Shoebox”:
Wow. I really like this. Pretty powerful intro. I like the whole minimal feel to it as well. As far as criticism goes, I think the hi-hat could be a little less sharp, and I think the bass could be a bit more subdued. Other than that, it's really great stuff!
 Mar 06, 2012, 20:46 EST

Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to platypus for “Passage”:
Nice blues riffs you've got going there, friend. Very groovy :)

I think this is your first piece with vocals. I like where you're going with this and wouldn't mind hearing some more drafts of this one in the future.

Vocals could be a lot louder for sure. Otherwise, I like where this one seems to be going. Keep up the good work.

 Feb 21, 2012, 19:25 EST
Thanks! This is one of a group of new songs I've been working on. Trying to keep it like this style blues/alt or something I don't know. But, yes expect more in the near future!
flag (Feb 24, 2012, 13:00 EST)
Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Awesome!!! I'll keep an eye out :D
flag (Feb 24, 2012, 20:15 EST)

Loving this keyboard tone, brother.
Could use a little more rhythmic variation, some staccato in the drums, in the middle (1:00-3:00)I think, but I like where this one is going.

Kind of reminds me of "Sirius" by the Alan Parsons Project, at times, one of my all time favorites!

I like this minimalistic quality to the ending as well. Again, I think that it would be accentuated by a little more staccato in the middle of the piece.
Pretty sweet. Thanks for sharing :D
 Feb 22, 2012, 20:28 EST

Very mellow groove man, very relaxing. I liked it, and I 'liked' it. Thanks for sharing. I think is the remake, but I wish you hadn't deleted the original one so that I could compare and contrast. Anyway, it seems as if this one has a little bit more of a staccato beat to it if I'm not mistaken???

Anyway, I enjoyed it, and bought a licensed copy, so let me know if and when you get paid.
 Feb 21, 2012, 19:30 EST
Ever After Disaster 
Thanks for the like/buy/"like" - as to the payment, went through (I am guessing) immediately- thanks again. As far as the original version of the removed song, since I replaced it with what is up now, there is no way for me to re-upload it.
flag (Feb 21, 2012, 19:41 EST)
Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Sweet. Happy Mardi Gras.
flag (Feb 21, 2012, 22:33 EST)

ncaband gave feedback to Interpret for “Shoebox”:
This is incredibly awesome haha. reminds me of moby.
 Feb 21, 2012, 14:51 EST

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