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she feels the butterflies wing against her hand

By Jason Nijjer on April 28, 2024 11:32 pm

Busy week, hopefully not so hectic this week and can catch up with last weeks and this weeks tunes.  Thanks to everyone for the positive feedback and comments, appreciate it. 

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CC0 Creative Commons Zero (Public Domain)

this track invites one to soak in it really well heart

Love the sound of the punchy filtered drums.  The watery synth and vocal pads give it a calming meditative feel.  Deep thick sounding bass that cuts through the head nodder of a beat.  Nice work!

this is so nice. i can also feel the butterflies heart

I really like how smooth this track. The elements of the beat are tight, and the melodic elements are more in the background, floating in the distance. Especially that beautiful singing. This is really tasty mixing and very inspiring approach to position the elements not just with EQ but also with reverb. Beautiful.

I really love the drum patterns in this track.  Particularly that the hats are like the soul of the rhythm hear (as apposed to the kick) which give a really nice sense of forward movement, but without overwhelming the chill vibes.  Very nice. 

Pleasant, the voice is perfect for the music.

RajaTheResidentAlien wrote:

this track invites one to soak in it really well heart

thanks, really good to hear from you again!

awesome title! It's kind of hypnotic to me, I like the pacing. Wow that voice is gorgeous

Dig that super smooth bass which ties in really nicely with the kick.  Lovely lofi tones drifting over the top too.

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