Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Chase Risinger for “Cooking for tú”:
Very cool tune :D Lots of fun stuff to hear in here. A veritable feast for the ears. Lots of well placed moving parts, top notch lyricism. What can I say? iMe gusta!

Thank you.
-Shoham
 Sep 10, 2012, 18:01 EDT
Chase Risinger 
thanks alot showie, and thanks for downloading i appreciate it!
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
rock out with the cock out. that's what yous kids say, ain't it?
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JZC gave feedback to Chase Risinger for “Cooking for tú”:
wow! great song and great voice! did you write this?
 Sep 10, 2012, 15:21 EDT
Chase Risinger 
yup, and i was hungry and horny at the same time
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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


I like this version too!
 Sep 09, 2012, 23:52 EDT


Ian MacPhail gave feedback to Stereoscopic for “Dreaming In Reverse”:
What showie said;
More syncopation early on.

I disagree with Kelly. I like the pitch bending you do, it's cool.
 May 25, 2012, 10:26 EDT
Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Having heard the tune a few more times now, I think that it's very good, and reminds me of The Talking Heads a little bit. Very impressive piece, for sure. I wonder what it would sound like with vocals :)
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Kode of Bliss gave feedback to Stereoscopic for “Dreaming In Reverse”:
Very cool piece. I enjoyed listening to it and as Electronic pieces go I didn't like it was too repeditive IMHO. The comment I can say is perhaps that the mastering is a bit flat.
 Apr 27, 2012, 14:59 EDT
Kode of Bliss 
Hmm after reading my previous post I was dismayed to see how my message was garbled by blunders. This is what it should have said:
Very cool piece. I enjoyed listening to it and as Electronic pieces go I didn't think it was too repetitive IMHO. The only comment I have is perhaps that the mastering is a bit flat.
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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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I like the opening sequence a lot. I would make the suggestion that you maybe want to use a little more syncopation in the beat a little earlier on. The main theme got to be a little bit repetitive after a while. Cool tune. I like where you're going with this. Did you end up checking out any of k78's stuff? You guys have lot in common stylistically, and I think that he could probably give you some more in-depth pointers, too!
Thanks for sharing, keep on making :D
-Shoham
 Mar 26, 2012, 10:09 EDT


Ruth Zober gave feedback to noclass for “Trouble in Paradise”:
A bit redundant
 Mar 08, 2012, 06:41 EST