Honestly it does sound mint my friend. It was really closeJWMMakerofMusic wrote:LOL! Yeah, I failed to mention the disco part. Well, he was singing "Disco Dancing", and I thought, "Well... disco dancing." Since the 90s was also notable for some neo*70s dance productions as well. Lolol. Man, I'm glad you told me about the mixing quality. I'm using $20 headphones cause I just can't justify getting expensive monitors until after college. Close to Madeon's though? I didn't think it was, but that's good.tylerclarkofficial wrote:There's a notable difference in between the production
quality of the two. About 2:10 in it felt like a disco haha!
The vocoder was a nice touch also . To be quite
honest yours sounds reasonable close to Madeon's
to Madeon's mix if not as equally separated. Trust me too,
I've got high end mixing and mastering speakers.
The mix is all about separating frequencies and getting
good levels in between all the sounds and you can
do that with some cheap headphones pretty decent sometimes.
I didn't think Madeon's was extremely exceptional as far
as commercial goes, but for an FL Remix contest it was