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LOVE the intro - super compelling. I would raise the vocals, they get a bit drowned during in the verses - fine in the chorus though. Also love that trappy lo-end vocal that comes in during the bridge around 2:20 - i would raise the level on that!! Otherwise it's a great track - will definitely post something on audiofemme.
Love the synth in the intro! Great build up to the chorus (the chorus is definitely the song's strength). The song as a whole reminds me of early Rob Thomas. I would definitely submit it to radio or try getting it a few commercial syncs.
This is cute! Digging the chamber pop feel, and the simplicity of shooting it in a studio. Would love to see some back up singers to reinforce the vocals. Also more build up to the horns solo at 2:54 (levels on the horns could go up in general). Overall great job!
love the clapping! the vocals sound a little bit thin--maybe add some harmonies. what you do at minute 1 is neat, though i'd make it bigger sounding--bigger bass, etc, to really make an impact. gets a bit drawn out toward the end--don't think you need the musical interlude at 2:30 onward--the listener will lose attention. overall nice work.
You have an AMAZING voice. Definitely push it forward more in the levels. i don't love the electric guitar line that comes in around 3:40--i'd take it out. As far as the song goes, nice melodies; definitely has commercial appeal--i'd seek out licensing opps for it. Nice work!
The high end synth melody throughout the intro could be brought down a little bit in the levels! I definitely like the vocals, but they should be brought up in the mix. I like the orchestral embellishments around 2:45--perhaps find a way to bring those out a little bit. Love what you do for the ending--the last 30 seconds of the track are by far the best!! Nice work--I would submit to electronic blogs for consideration.