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Genres: Other, Electronic

This is a rough mix, so I would really appreciate any critique you folks can give me on that, although comments or criticism about anything else are welcome as well.

If you want to help support me, head on over to http://evolvingportmanteau.bandcamp.com/ where my album Holocraspedon is for sale. I'll have a new album up soon as well.

Stream: 96 kbps, 32 kHz (joint stereo)
Download: 256.0 kbps, 48 kHz (stereo), 8.79 MB
Playing time (m:ss): 4:48
Date uploaded: May 29, 2011, 20:00 EDT Show more info
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Ian MacPhail gave feedback to Badabinski for “It Really Was Butter”:
Only thing I would add would be some bassier drones to add to the mid/high ones you've got. More harmonies!
 May 20, 2012, 22:28 EDT


The Closers gave feedback to Badabinski for “It Really Was Butter”:
Nice buildup through the first 1/4.

Very ambient stuff, I like it :-)

I think that tempo-wise this could actually use a more accentuated somewhere maybe 1/2 way through, for my personal tastes, even 2/3rd's of the way even could be nice, but maybe that's not what you were going for.

Either way, thanks for sharing, and thanks for the free download!

-Aaron
 Jul 17, 2011, 11:02 EDT
The Closers 
sorry, accentuated break...! I a word.
flag (Jul 17, 2011, 11:03 EDT)
Badabinski 
Thanks much for the feedback! I really appreciate getting good, detailed feedback from folks. I do agree, it probably could use a bit more in that department, as the whole song structure doesn't really have enough motion to it. I'll work on that! And I am glad to provide it. I'm just happy folks are downloading, y'know?
flag (Jul 18, 2011, 23:44 EDT)
The Closers 
Exactly. Gotta get the stuff out there. -A
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noclass gave feedback to Badabinski for “It Really Was Butter”:
superb beat, i love your synth work man, the compressor pumping with each kick is just ear candy, the synth that comes in at the 2:20 mark is awesome, great track!
 Jul 17, 2011, 00:17 EDT