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    wanted to get that jungle sound haha.. greets
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    updated version uploaded!

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    gives me a very deep house-minimal-tribal feel, personally. my vote is to add more layers/intricacy to it. change up the rhythm of the hi-hat occasionally, and extended that first breakdown so that there's more "open air" between the climax of the first build and when the melodic drums start. that would be cool. good work keep us posted!
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    yeah i got inspired by a song i heard in the club last time. it was such an unbelievable deep rave tune, oh my.. sadly i don't recorded a video. :\

    what you mean with more layers/intricacy?

    greets

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    Hey, I just listened and liked the sound a lot. My suggstions are very similar as hipnotikk's . After the first drop ends around the 1:30 I would change the Hats to others with more action or maybe 4 hats per bar insted of 2, so you diference it from the intro. Other thing I would personally do, and this is just personal taste so you can just ignore this, around 2:00 I would add a bass cut (same as if you cut the bass on the mixer) for 4 or 8 beats add a simple bip or some new minimal element then bring the bass up together with that new element, so you refresh the energy a bit.

    Good job!!

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    my current version : )

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