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I am producing a track now. 

The track needs this live feel, so I don’t want to squeeze the sound out of it, but do you guys hear any on your speakers?

Artist is Stine Grytøyr, and she wants to get feedback from as many as possible before we go further. Yeah, she asked me to check what you guys say about the mix.

So, I don’t break any with posting this. Might be deleting the version on SoundCloud later tho. And also all versions when releasing...

 

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I thought the mix sounded pretty good to my ears  - I wouldn't change it a bit.  Good song - very catchy - had me humming along.

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35 minutes ago, Douglas Kirby said:

I thought the mix sounded pretty good to my ears  - I wouldn't change it a bit.  Good song - very catchy - had me humming along.

Thank you

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I like this, I played it for my wife and she really liked, she said it's a good summer song.

reminded her a little bit of Siouxie and the Banshees, which is a huge compliment...

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12 hours ago, Joad said:

I like this, I played it for my wife and she really liked, she said it's a good summer song.

reminded her a little bit of Siouxie and the Banshees, which is a huge compliment...

Thank you!

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I like everything about this song (i.e., performance, instrumentation, vox, recording, mix, etc.).  It has a great little  hook, the melody is great, and the instrumentation really adds to the quality of this song.

I believe that y'all have created a great commercially ready pop song!!

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I think there are spots where you're resting on the tonic for too long. I counted 14 bars of straight up I chords at the beginning, which can feel a bit redundant after a while. If you can do something to jazz up the progression like the I-Ima7-I7-IV line cliche, it would keep the listener a bit more engaged.

The mix itself is pretty nice though.

Edited by LadyFuzztail
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