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I'm sure I'd be preaching to the converted if I explained why I've decided to produce a No Man's Sky inspired piece.  I'm pretty pleased with it, particularly the piano part but would be very grateful for some objective feedback on how I might have done things differently.

Here'tis...  https://soundcloud.com/markcaudery/no-mans-sky

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I like this track a lot, nice work. My only thought it that it seems a little thin. I can't quiet hear where it is, but it sounds like there's a big hole in the the mid to mid-low range which is keeping it from having a more dramatic feel. May also benefit from a more natural piano sound, something more like a grand that would make a nice counterpoint to the rest of the more electronic ensemble.

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I like this track a lot, nice work. My only thought it that it seems a little thin. I can't quiet hear where it is, but it sounds like there's a big hole in the the mid to mid-low range which is keeping it from having a more dramatic feel. May also benefit from a more natural piano sound, something more like a grand that would make a nice counterpoint to the rest of the more electronic ensemble.

Hey thanks a lot for the feedback.  Definite food for thought.  I hadn't noticed the mid to low-mid hole, that'll learn me for not using a spectrum analyser. :)  I disagree on the piano though.  I like the otherworldly feel of the heavily filtered piano sound.  Perhaps some momentary natural sounding piano in places would have been good though.

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