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  1. Dylan B's music: feedback please

    I agree 100% with nsmadsen. The compositions are truly interesting, but the sound itself is of low quality. If you work on your mixing / producing skills more, I'm sure you'll be able to come up with truly wonderful tunes.
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  3. Composer Requesting Feedback

    Simple but effecttive. It's cool to hear something that stands out of the overproduced trends of these days and still sounds great. Keep it up!
  4. Game Audio Survey Results

    Awesome info! Thanks so much for sharing this with us!
  5. Film & Game music feedback

    Great ambiance! You managed to creat a truly immersive cinematic atmosphere. I thoroughly enjoyed it!
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  8. Music for a little horror project

    Congratulation on your work for this project! I think you did pretty much all that the film requested to be done music-wise. I do agree with the others that the mixing could be a bit more cohesive, but that is always, of course, a bit relative... If you wanted it to sound that way, then I guess it is ok. Keep it up!
  9. Really great job! I just think it could be a bit more cohesive when it comes to the use of colours, but it is nothing too noticeable... Keep it up!
  10. Feedback on pixel art for game

    The visuals are very minimalistic, but yet seem to have a "spirit" of their own... That is not easy to achieve. Nice job!
  11. Piano composition - Some feedback required!

    Really cool jazzy feel there! Nice work!
  12. It has indeed some really cool Castlevania vibes going on. I think this is quite good for a first attempt. Keep it up!
  13. In my own experience, there's no such thing as "cheap but quality voice acting"... But of course I believe that, as in everything else, there should be some exceptions... I just wasn't lucky enough to find one of those...
  14. How are you improving your abilities?

    The best way to improve for me is always to listen to as many great music as possible and pay close attention to the mixing, mastering and overall production on each track... That will train your ears and mind and then you just have to open your DAW and try to "replicate" that level of quality... Do you ever hear someone say "If it sounds good, it's good?". If you really know what's good, then you'll eventually be able to make it sound good as well, with work and dedication.
  15. +1 for Audacity. I have used several professional DAWs and still use Audacity from time to time for specific situations cause it's so simple and quick to use.