|Originally posted by Evolve140 |
I've been on an insanely long and grueling hiatus but I'm making a bit of a come back as I've been able to work on some new stuff lately after having a crazy year this past annual. I was downloading some a cappella and decided to give Robin S - Show Me Love a whirl. It came out a lot different than I thought but I think it sounds pretty cool. Not sure how close this sounds to what you're used to hearing from me but I hope you like it.
Cheers & look forward to hearing some of your new stuff,
Watup Evolve, long time no see man.
Dig the vibe transitions. Listening closely I hear the different elements you are using in those transitions. I respect that,at the same time I am wondering if it is because I am listening to closely or if it is a minute thing however I am wondering if it isn't a bit to much. The reason I say that is because it kind of got me lost as if it was a continual search for that "sound". Almost seemingly like a song that was a 6 minute mix,which I am unsure if that was a purposely/creative decision to compose/arrange your track but this is how I received it.
I would also check your kick with that sharp higher frequency tone,it is not imo flattering to the kick.
This mix could also use some sub from somewhere be it the Kick or whatever.
First minute to the 02:46 mark is imo the "meat". Techno at heart with a good solid groove. I very much dig those filter changes to but If I could recommend that your automation makes it flow better. There are a lot of cuts that are very noticeable and dries up the mix rather quick. In example, the low pass at :25 comes in REAL fast.
:27 & 1:33 That snare sounds like it's resonating through a cave. I would drag that verb down and hit it with some EQ
These all of course are my opinions and things that I noticed during an extended listen. I know how hiatus work, and it is tough getting back going some times. At any rate, welcome back and look forward to hearing more from you