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Hauntingly Beautiful. I love the overall theme of the track as well as the composition. I think it is a tight composition. Although I would personally prefer tracks with less vocals. Would be interesting to see another version of the track with drifting, chopped vocals in the background.
Nicely made. Tropical and euphoric. While this isn't my taste since I prefer darker and spacier sounds, I am very sure this will be a good fit in a lot of other blogs and playlists. I suggest you go to Hypem and look for 'Tropical House'. Find blogs who post about this genre and contact them. Best of luck!
Tropicaaaaallll vibes in this one! I like the sound of it. Summery and chill. Nicely made. Although it isn't exactly my taste. I like the tropical vibes but I generally prefer tracks with more chopped (and less) vocals. I am sure that this track will fit well in a lot of other music collections though. If you end up making another version or a different track that is more sound oriented with less vocals, do let me know. I wish you best of luck!
Another magnificent sound. I know I promised I will post Earthchild. And believe me it's still on my mind. As for this track: there is something very raw about it. Love the overall vibe and the spacey yet melodic atmosphere. Although my suggestion is to create another version without the 'scratching' (Sorry this is the closest I could get to finding a word that refers to the repetitive scratch like technique. Hope you get what I mean). This is so that we can hear a more coherent, upward scaling track.
Love the style and the idea behind the track! It's coherent and most importantly... fun. However, it is something I wouldn't post on Getting Deeper simply because GD's vibe is more deep and spacey. I wish you best of luck with it!
This is magnificent! Love the dark, tribal vibe to this track. All the elements in the track are balanced perfectly. The end result is a wholesome and complete package of a fragile, bittersweet quality. Will definitely share it on Getting Deeper. Thank you!
Very, very nice and great for the first single! All the elements in this track are perfectly placed. The production quality too is spot on. End result: a balanced track that stays true to its lush, tropical vibes. It has everything that you promised it would!
First of all... I must say that the quality of your production is top class. Your passion and effort are shining through this track. It's emotional and beautiful. However, on Getting Deeper, I post more deep and spacey sounds coming under electronic music. That's what I listen to and share during the most part of my day. Unfortunately, alternative rock or singer-songwriters are not what I listen to right now so I can't really give much of an opinion! I hope you go far! Best of luck Noah.
I appreciate the effort and really think that this sound could be molded into something really good. Why this doesn't work for me is because, according to me, when you mix deep house and vocals... you need to have both balanced in such a way that one doesn't override the other. In fact, what makes vocal deep house different from other genres with vocals is the fact that sound is given more prominence than the vocals itself. That's why, when you hear a deep track, you will usually come across drifting vocals in the background.... perhaps just a chorus and nothing else from the original soundtrack. If I were a producer I would have picked bits and pieces of your vocals and made them swirl around a really deep, solid sound. I would have extracted your sound (which I think has a lot of potential) and stretched it in a way that the vocals don't dominate the sound. Maybe I speak for all of deep house, or maybe I just speak for me. I wish you best of luck for future endeavors!
Fantastic! Reminds me of my Lojik days. First, about the sound: I love that the synths and melodies have been blended with industrial, post rock soundscapes. The track is both organic and industrial; Earthy yet futuristic. I think the video does justice to that. However, I do feel that the video could have been a little more tight with a maximum of 5 settings. Felt like it had too many scenes and too many settings, making it a bit more random than needed. It would have been nicer to watch a tighter, more synchronized theme. All in all, I loved it. Please send me a Soundcloud link of the track to publish on Getting Deeper.