Enrique Iglesias ft. Ludacris - Tonight (Protune Remix)

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  1. Protune

    Protune New Member

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    hey!

    i slapped together a little Drumstep bootleg of Enrique's Tonight (hell knows what i was thinking)
    tell me what you guys think!




    cheers!
     
  2. overdazed

    overdazed Real O.G.

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    i like it when it drop , the synths are nice, but it sounds a little rough ,

    i think u need to turn down the leads because they are too loud compared to the drums

    nice track though i like this
     
  3. W3st

    W3st Unsigned DnB Producer

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    agreed, really nice synth work. Turn em down a bit, thicken up those drums a tad, increase their vol. Sounds good tho manggggg
    woooop
     
  4. Blasék

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    Nice synth and automation work here, it sounds a little bit messy to me so more time with mixer(espc. drums) and it will be big tune!
     
  5. Protune

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    thanks for feedback guys! also, im not sure about the subbass. is it deep enough to get systems shaking? needs more 40hz i guess :D
     
  6. CoB

    CoB Pure Sanelessness

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    not really into this kind of stuff but sounds good!
    i think maybe the drums yeah are a bit weak
    the intro sounds a bit weird, is it timestretched much??
     
  7. lostnthesound

    lostnthesound Burns Easily in the Sun

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    Sounding good, and I really like the vocal tweaks. The synth work is proper as well. Have considered either auto-tuning the hell out of the vocals or chopping the vocals, putting them in a sampler, and then creating an arpeggio chop a la Danny Byrd?

    Just my .02.

    Cheers,
     

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