LINER NOTES – Grey North experiments with the Emotional Trap/Hip Hop Blend

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The beat begins with a soft, yet dramatic piano melody that prepares the emotion of the track nicely. The transitions into the structure of the track fit nice and any listener will easily relate to the mood of the track. A few recommendations would be to change or beef up the primary percussion and drums. The percussion is produced and transitioned correctly yet it fails to spark, the emotions stop at the piano. Even sad songs with a low, emotional feel need to either dip or pounce the scale of energy throughout the track for the listener to get the classic bumps on the arm. Also, the build of melody will help the artist over the track more comfortable with producing melody and harmony.

Summary: Too low for too long can cause problems in sync with the Trap, R&B or Hip-Hop melody of an artist. A good structure for now but I would refine it and produce version 2 or 3 or 4 until it’s perfect.

Introduction – 6
Bass Drops – 4
Breakdown – 6
Finish – 6

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