rleftena6

rleftena6

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    rleftena6 on Wed 20th Jul 2016 - 4 years ago
    Commented on Billion Feat T-Law - Anytime by BillionaireExclusive

    The simple chord progressions compliment your lead vocal, why not have done the 3rd or possibly the fifth harmony on auto tune and then mix it down above the other below your lead.In mixing vocals you will need to normalize tracks, and use a graphic EQ, use the female tracks sparingly, less is more, accents on Chorus, also try a step up in the chord and answer your lead and chorus with a melody that ties the 3 together just to break up and add transition.in response to your review on "TRAPEZE"I like color and levels with one lead instrument, the piano is the layer of color and the synth the lead, maybe I should have added a drop off of the lead if you are using it for vocal and rap.1st time I'm putting up a music track I have hundreds trying to stimulate comments, Thank you for yours the key is D at 120 bpm.

    BillionaireExclusive
    Reply by BillionaireExclusive

    Thanks For The Detailed Feedback. I'm Still Learning Mixing, & Sound Engineering But As More Tracks Are Posted They'll Sound Much Better.

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