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« on: October 12, 2020, 01:09:25 AM »

Hi, I'm looking for feedback for my portfolio. Is there anything I should write or add or something really important that is missing? Thanks for the feedback ahead of time

I can do any genre you're looking for. Everything from: 80' horror synth, Futuristic, choir, Retrowave, GameBoy like music, and many more. You just Email me about the details of the music you're looking for and we can work something out. Looking forward to hearing from you. MY EMAIL [[email protected]].

I can also do 8-bit sound effects if that's also something you are looking for.

Here's my portfolio:

https://soundcloud.com/hiwes/demo-reel-music

https://soundcloud.com/hiwes/city-pop-80s-retro-japan

https://soundcloud.com/hiwes/broken-puzzle-piece

https://soundcloud.com/hiwes/cough

https://soundcloud.com/hiwes/rpg-valley

https://soundcloud.com/hiwes/garage
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« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2020, 03:12:57 AM »

Hi,

I think this is a very cool reel with some cool tracks.

However, I'm not sure that the medley/sampler format is the best for that kind of thing as most people won't get passed the first extract.

I'd rather use a playlist with multiple tracks that potential clients can skip through.

Cheers,
Claude
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« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2021, 07:47:06 PM »

Sounds really promising. The mastering on everything except for "Garage" is subliminal imo. Try a dynamic compression that behaves differently for different sound ranges and also that one would be perfect imo. the percs in that track could stand out a little more.

All in all, love your soundscapes.
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