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Salcar

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Terrific music, Salcar! Your Temple of Mercury stuff was really intriguing to listen to. Lot's of fun and exploratative sounds. Here's a few things that I noticed:

   - Some songs are too dynamically loud in some parts. "Memoria d'acqua" for example has a intro build-up that is far louder in contrast to the following section.

   - There is some muddiness in several tracks. I would suggest shaving off the low-end of any instrument that doesn't need it. Watch that you don't use too much reverb on low-end instruments as well.

   - Some instruments/sounds can be a bit painful to listen to. Look at the frequencies of these instruments and notch out the frequencies that hurt your ear.

   - For your website, I might consider a domain name that is easier to spell. Your full name does look professional as a website URL, however, so this is your call. Also, the "Music" section of your website is just a little too plain for me. There's too much white, so I suggest highlighting the music playlists in some way.

 

You definitely got a talent for music/sound design for sure though. I love your naturalistic approach to instrumentation, and I envision you having great success in the near future.

 

Good fortune!

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14 hours ago, Alec Weesner said:

Terrific music, Salcar! Your Temple of Mercury stuff was really intriguing to listen to. Lot's of fun and exploratative sounds.

Hi Alec,
Thank you so much!

 

14 hours ago, Alec Weesner said:

  - Some songs are too dynamically loud in some parts. "Memoria d'acqua" for example has a intro build-up that is far louder in contrast to the following section.

   - There is some muddiness in several tracks. I would suggest shaving off the low-end of any instrument that doesn't need it. Watch that you don't use too much reverb on low-end instruments as well.

   - Some instruments/sounds can be a bit painful to listen to. Look at the frequencies of these instruments and notch out the frequencies that hurt your ear.

Yes you are right, I known that problem, I'm going to improve as soon possible. Actually, the problem was an incorrect subwoofer calibration in my room (for those track). I will remastering.
 

14 hours ago, Alec Weesner said:

For your website, I might consider a domain name that is easier to spell. Your full name does look professional as a website URL, however, so this is your call. Also, the "Music" section of your website is just a little too plain for me. There's too much white, so I suggest highlighting the music playlists in some way.

Yeah! interesting suggestions! I will keep in mind!

 

14 hours ago, Alec Weesner said:

You definitely got a talent for music/sound design for sure though. I love your naturalistic approach to instrumentation, and I envision you having great success in the near future.

Many thanks! 
I'm visiting your website and your works: congrats!

P.S. Where can I route my works? Any suggestions?
Nice to meet you, and thanks for your feedback.
 

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