uno when u just dnt know what to think of the tune ur making...

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  1. EvezDroppin

    EvezDroppin how to change name,......

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    i seem to be getting it a lot lately, never realy sure if i like it or not :/


    well i figured instead of watsing my time if people arent feeling it at all id be cheeky and stick up a ridiculously small clip... give me brutal honesty, if u think its shite and unimaginative say so i need someone elses ears on this i dnt know what to think
    :cheerlead

     
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    pretty good man. the bass needs more crunch/mid.


    or at least define it more. it's naaaice!
     
  3. djdevz

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    i think its pretty good man

    *imo*

    snare is a bit weak as a sound but is maybe pushing through the mix too much..not really sure but it sounds a lil off to me
    kick could have slightly more punch to it
    a bit of air to ur hi hats could bring it out a lil

    both bass synths are real nice but i reckon some more defined percussion like beeps, cowbells etc would make is sound more rhythmic.

    tbh im no pro in this subgenre of dnb but production wise its deffo a good start
     
  4. luciduk

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    lots of potential here mate, i think the reason your not suer about the vibe is because your drums arent punching you enough. they just need some more low mids, personally i would compress and boost the snare to shit around 250hz or whatever takes ur fancy and find a different kick. thats just me anyway. something to make ya head bop a bit more while your working on it
     
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    I think youve got a good start here man i dig your bass line, but yea i agree with lucid compress your kick and snare and up the drums a little bit. Also im unsure about your intro synth i like it but it sounds a little stale imo maybe eq it a little better and get some more feel out of it or layer another pad/atmos under it..
     
  6. EvezDroppin

    EvezDroppin how to change name,......

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    yeah see now i was happy with the drums, but after you saying about the kick and snare not being heavy enough i totally agree!!!

    cheers lads, low punchy snares are my achilles heal, never seem to get them sounding right!
     
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    ARTFX www.artfx-studios.com

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    Sounds pretty sick mate, go on! :D
     
  8. Cat Gas

    Cat Gas Aka Basis

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    Regardless of whether you think other people will like your tune or not, you should continue making it anyway, screw what everyone else thinks, thats where it's creative or not :D
     
  9. EvezDroppin

    EvezDroppin how to change name,......

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    yeah uno ur right there roadrunner, but it is demoralising if someones like nahh dnt like that, obviously different tunes for different tastes, never going to please everyone, but a few times i have thought a track is pretty heavy then i show one of my mates n it barely even gets a response, maybe even a yeah... thats cool ( as in im too nice to say its shit )
     

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