Ian Marquis gave feedback to (deleted) for “'Release'”:
I can picture this track throbbing under a chase scene or glammed-up late night sequence in a film. Good stuff.
 Sep 11, 2012, 08:13 EDT


Ian Marquis gave feedback to noclass for “Trouble in Paradise”:
This is unbelievably funky! I haven't heard a good disco beat like this for a long time. I am actually quite jealous of your mixing skills (and also your ear for melody). Catchy as all hell. Excellent job. Seriously. Oh, and good use of side-chaining your gates to your kick. It really makes the song jump.
 Sep 10, 2012, 18:34 EDT


Scott Wells gave feedback to Stereoscopic for “Stereoscopic - "Redeye"”:
pretty chill. if you're gonna go instrumental you still need a melody. there were parts that you had a lead, but you really need something to hook the listener.
 Aug 07, 2012, 14:40 EDT


Gabrielle gave feedback to noclass for “In The Night With Vampires”:
Not what I was expecting. Really fun to listen to, I liked it. I guess I was expecting scary, not fun vampires.
 Jul 15, 2012, 22:07 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to (deleted) for “'Hydrogen'”:
One of my favorite House tracks I've heard on here so far. Great tonal variety. Where did you get the samples from?

Very good sense of rhythm. I wish I had any idea as to how and make an Electronic track that did not lack dance-ability. Anyway take care, keep making, and thanks for the free download too!
 Jun 15, 2012, 21:57 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Badabinski for “Damn Headphones”:
Pure madness/genius! So this is the culmination of "Proof of Concept", then????

-sho

PS: Do you use a piano roll for something like this, or just mess with waes, frequencies, or some combo? Thanks.
 Jun 04, 2012, 13:09 EDT
Badabinski 
Some of it was piano roll, and some of it was just messing with waveforms and the like. That whole thing at the beginning was me tuning a synth way down and then saturating it and doing a whole bunch of other stuff. I sampled it, and when I went from the stuff bounced to tape to the pure digital stuff I slowly faded in some amplitude modulation. That was a piano roll, but it used a sample as the instrument.
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Very nice my friend! Very nice, indeed -- I'm trying to start composing digital music, so all the insight I can get I will take, and I also took a copy of "Damn Headphones" -- spend it on some girl -- for uncle showie.
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Stereoscopic gave feedback to noclass for “Jungle Law”:
I know this is typical of house, but I feel like the intro on this is just drawn out a bit too long. Also the main sound at around 1:00 that plays on every off beat could be worked on a little bit more. However, it sounds pretty good in general! Keep it up man.
 May 06, 2012, 21:00 EDT


Good. Weird, but good. Maybe don't wait SO long for the house part to come in? I actually do like the way it is, but if you are eventually going for a commercial version, I'd say consider that. Thanks.
 May 06, 2012, 14:53 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to noclass for “Trouble in Paradise”:
I actually like it! Love the vocals especially, can't remember where it's a sample from, though.
 Apr 23, 2012, 21:55 EDT
noclass 
It's "Kickin It" by Collage, awesome track. Glad you liked it, we were experimenting with the sampled disco house sound :)
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Cool. I will have to check out the original as well. Love it!
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placement93 gave feedback to noclass for “Trouble in Paradise”:
To be fair, this is not my vibe of music. It's not terrible but not great. The vocals are the only thing that lead me to believe that this is anything other than a small- or no-label artist just throwing mass produced samples together in his/her basement. A couple of good transitions (best around 4:05), but altogether, it just sounds too polished...but that is probably a good thing for this genre...?
 Apr 23, 2012, 21:30 EDT
noclass 
Thanks for the very detailed feedback, we really appreciate it! And you're spot on, this track was made throwing together microsamples in a basement of sorts, along with live playing dubbed over :)
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