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Christopher White
Christopher White
6 months ago

Great job, Cam. love how you retained the original sample; I, myself, had a hard time using any of the original sounds in my mix, so I’m impressed that you were able to make something so tight without too much deconstruction (at least not as much as me). Big fan of how it progresses. Seemingly repetitive, but highly progressive and in interesting ways. Interested to hear how you develop this track for a release. The layering of the bass and that “bounce” sample goes hard.

David Bergeron
David Bergeron
6 months ago

I really enjoy the depth of the layers. Greats space created and utilized. Wide stereo sound and lots of fun. Its a long track that explore the sample in quite a few directions! I can hear the time you took with it. I really tried to do tonal stuff like you did at 4:45ish, but I couldn’t really pull it off – great stuff Cam! Microsamples and reverb at the end is really neat.

David Chesley
David Chesley
6 months ago

Nice use of the samples without warping them too far beyond recognition. I particularly like how you used the staccato strings in the end. I think they could have been introduced sooner, even. I also felt like the “bounce” voice is a bit grating after a while, could use some more variation in that. Really cool how you got a vocoder effect in there, that’s a neat idea!