Gabrielle gave feedback to Rabies Clinic for “Diesel - Run With It RMI”:
Just really good and fun to listen to. Really cool artwork, too.
 Sep 03, 2012, 00:12 EDT

Gabrielle gave feedback to Chase Risinger for “Shits & Giggles”:
I hope you keep the songs coming! I really like your music.
 Jun 27, 2012, 18:11 EDT

Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Chase Risinger for “Shits & Giggles”:
Vocals sound really good, man! Performance wise, I mean, though I do feel as if you could turn them up a little bit here in the overall mix of the tune.

I like where this tune is going though.

Poops and laughs to one and all!

 Jun 26, 2012, 16:59 EDT

Like how switches up around 3 min. into the song. I thought there would be vocals but never got bored waiting for them for 6:15 minutes!
 Jun 14, 2012, 23:01 EDT
Rabies Clinic 
Thanks for the feedback, glad you're diggin the track! We will hopefully have a singer soon so we can lay down some vocals, we're trying to keep it interesting in their absence haha. Keep a lookout, there will be many new demo tracks coming in the next few weeks!
flag (Jun 15, 2012, 09:47 EDT)
I'll be on the lookout, and I'll check out the rest in the meantime
flag (Jun 17, 2012, 23:08 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

Great as always, guys Mix sounds really good as well.

Yeah, I like the change up as well little drum solo around 3 minutes in -- but I think you could let you drummer had even a little bit more of a chance to shine!

Keep 'em coming!!!
Thanks for sharing.

 Jun 15, 2012, 08:17 EDT
Rabies Clinic 
Thanks! yeah these are two we've been working on for an upcoming open mic as well as a demo we're planning on recording in the next couple weeks. We'll probably add some length to it and who can argue with a drum solo! haha Thanks for the feedback and paypal :)

flag (Jun 15, 2012, 09:45 EDT)
Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Pay it forward, pal XD
flag (Jun 15, 2012, 13:18 EDT)

Badabinski gave feedback to (deleted) for “'Hydrogen'”:
Gah your mixing is gorgeous. Not really sonically filled, but I like that. I really appreciate a minimalist aesthetic at times, less is more if you do it right. Not too much variation (could use a little bit more) but it's a house tune, so that amazing beat is the focus here. Another great piece from you!
 Mar 15, 2012, 11:00 EDT

JZC gave feedback to Lorenzo Pagano for “Funk Thing”:
awesome! great sound
 Jan 20, 2012, 19:48 EST

Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Lorenzo Pagano for “Funk Thing”:
Apt title. Very funky guitar tone. Reminds me of something from Curtis Mayfield, or Issac Hayes. The only thing is it could be significantly longer, I think. I'm buying it anyway, so let me know if and when you get paid.
 Jan 18, 2012, 16:15 EST

The Middlemen gave feedback to (deleted) for “'Hydrogen'”:
Very cool track. Did you build it from scratch, or are you using samples? Either way what DAW are you using to put this together?

Sounds really good, found myself nodding my head unconsciously throughout (was listening while doing something else).

 Oct 17, 2011, 13:41 EDT
The only samples used in this are the one shots for the drums, wwhich are programed. Everything else was built from scratch. I primarily use ableton live,. On occasion I use reason as a plugin to make instruments.
flag (Oct 17, 2011, 13:48 EDT)
The Middlemen 
Cool. I have been looking into getting a DAW for making beats. I know that Reason is a few hundred dollars. What's the advantage over a free DAW for a beginner like me, if any? Thanks.
flag (Oct 17, 2011, 14:16 EDT)
Sorry for taking so long to respond! The advantage of a true DAW over a free one is simple- features. Free programs are extremely limiting, and you'll simply find yourself frustrated by the lack of flexibility. Go with Ableton or Reason, because they're easy to learn and extremely feature rich.
flag (Dec 11, 2011, 15:20 EST)