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if you are hitting them consecutively, at a faster tempo, i recommend you try to keep your toes on the ground at all times when doing them and just bouncing up and down with a straight back. prevents getting your heel caught on the chadra and is a little easier on the legs.
strong dancers all across the board, solid gimmicks. I love the new DRP style, using newer songs and all. this was the most creative set of the night in my opinion, saap and khunday were the weakest aspect of the set. can't wait to see what you guys bring next season!
side note: anybody know how to work around the beats audio built into the newer hp laptops? the compression is weird and hard to work around, i always end up getting a lower sound. i tried turning...
on a side note, killer set, definitely not what i was expecting. fantastic song selection, great use of stage. only things i wasnt a fan of were the khunda chaal and the live singing of jatti. green dancer on the right for the sapp segment destroyed...
el oh el. i made the mix to prove a point. i made it literally in about ten minutes to show people just about how much effort some people put into mixes nowadays. as always, i genuinely appreciate the feedback
i forgot who said this, but take this advice and run with it: just because two beats have the same/close to the same tempo, that doesn't mean they will sound good together. and try to be on count at the very least please.
kicks and snares seem randomly placed and off beat. kinda sounds like you came across your first drum kit. at least try to be on beat if you're gonna post something that's been beaten to death (i.e. a "kick and snare" mix.