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TJMusic says

Yes you did :) It’s not that obvious on speakers, but listen to the track with high quality studio headphones and the reverb will stand out. I’d put its level down at least 10dB. Unless it’s supposed to sound like a 1988 production ;)

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ndandeband says

I knew it :( Thanks for answer :)

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TJMusic says

Don’t worry though. The rest of the arrangement sounds deliciously to me :) And if you decide to change such details as reverb level, you can just edit the item – the review process is very fast for editing, not that long as for new submissions, and I guess every improvement in quality is accepted. I’ve often edited my tracks if I noticed that some details were not right. Good luck!

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