The Price of Fear (Halloween Special)

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  1. R.S.

    R.S. RM Old Timer

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  2. I.N.F.O.theking

    I.N.F.O.theking haha 80s modanna

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    peepin, rainstorms, piano...eerie...drums are a bit soft, but they fit the track...everything sounds on point...not much mroe to say...im at the hook now...
    overall - 7.5 keep bangin...
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    sup R.S still doin ya thang huh
    this beats gets dark when them bells come in...instead of just that low octave piano for the bassline...you should combine it with an overlapping subass..the strings that come in later add to the dark atmospere well ...good shit...keep doin ya thang man
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  6. Reezy

    Reezy Back Room Beat - Mr.Ree

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    the first thing that caught my attention was the quality of the introduction with the rain...

    the piano came in nicely and the rain went away...i like the thriller laugh...

    this some shit you would murder ya girl to and burn her in a trach can off the beach...

    this shit is pretty treal man...i like the piano...I would kinda like to hear the piano's change melodies after like 12 bars for like 4 bars
    and then come back

    but over all this is quit good and keep up the good work homie...hope the crit helps
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  7. R.S.

    R.S. RM Old Timer

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    Thanks for the feed everyone.

    Info - I tried to make the drums soft so they wouldn't over shadow the beat.

    Solocreep - I agree with you on the bass. However, I didn't want to have to much because I wanted more of a sound track feel rather than hip hop.

    Rezzy - once again i agree, it could use a few more change-ups. I always start off strong and then get in a hurry to complete shit.

    Thanks again for checking me out. I appreciate it.

    Peace,

    R.S.

    WMS - I'm checking you now.
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  8. R.S.

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  10. R.S.

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    Thanks Jel,

    I'm glad to see you know who Price is.
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    pretty ill .. love the piano.. and the rain.. but the drums r weak.. no bassline?

    melody couldn't diffently be switched up.. some strings.. ah there we go.. ahh took a while.. hmm.. not diggin the snare as well.. not bad.. px
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