Mixing Ladder Other Mixes and Voting

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As some mixers end up without any opponents due to their assigned opponents not turning in mixes, we wanted to make a way for them to also have more or less points than just a simple 5 points for turning in a mix like before. So what we will do is allow users to post votes or acknowledgements to mixes that you may believe should be ranked higher and each post will count as a specific amount of points to help make the ladder more fair. For example if DJ XYZ did not have an opponent but had 4 posts voting/acknowledging his mix, he will get that many more points than someone who only got 2 posts supporting their mix. Similarly, voting in the matchups has a weightage of 3 points per post vote and the weightage may change dependent on how many people post. We also ask that voters not be biased on mixes because they know who made each mix.


Here are the mixes without opponents:


Theme: Dancefloor Jam https://soundcloud.com/user-901970122/week-2-matchup-14-dj-hsk


Theme: Boliyan mix https://soundcloud.com/user-901970122/hs-boliyan-week2


Theme: Kuldeep Manak/Chamkila https://soundcloud.com/user-901970122/challenge-mix-remixed-by-dj-deepu


Theme: Ranjit Bawa https://soundcloud.com/user-901970122/week-2-matchup-11-folked-productions


Theme: Gym mix https://soundcloud.com/user-901970122/week-2-matchup-9-ygr-ent


Theme: Bindrakhia https://soundcloud.com/user-901970122/week-2-matchup-8-dj-tej


Theme: Jhummar mix https://soundcloud.com/user-901970122/week-2-matchup-6-dj-nitrone-jhummar


Theme: Panga Mix https://soundcloud.com/user-901970122/panga-hsd-mix


Theme Dhol/Trap Mix https://soundcloud.com/user-901970122/week-2-matchup-3-akash


Theme: Yaarian mix https://soundcloud.com/user-901970122/week-2-matchup-1-teg-hans
 

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GSingh said:
Dj Deepu. Fire.
I second this. I was definitely pleasantly surprised when I heard it, loved the variations and the mashing up of vocals. The trappy part before you 1octave-upped GT Road was really well done. Can I ask what the trap song used here was? Great remix choice. The only thing I'd suggest is leveling your dubstep snare a bit better (the heavier one). Perhaps lowering the volume, and giving it a delayed attack via compressor will help prevent that super punchy snare (unless that's the sound you were going for in which case do you).
 
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