Drum & Bass Ólafur Arnalds - Only the Winds (Thought & Process Remix) [Deep Liquid]

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  1. thought&process

    thought&process Noctem Audio

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    Were very happy with this one! Hopefully you lot feel the same way. If you like it, listen to it here as well, as its for a remix competition. http://awe.sm/gE6iw

    Thanks guys!
     
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  2. W3st

    W3st Unsigned DnB Producer

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    for some reason i want that piano in the intro wider... maybe hi passed a smalllll amount to remove a little low end.

    nice bassline!! really awesome vibes in this track, id up the vol on the shuffle and hats a bit more.

    try centering the bassline more and widening the piano, idk just being picky on stereo placement i guess. nice work!
     
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    Pretty good ideas but it lacks drive and energy I'm not really into the relaxing dance music!
     
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    W3st Unsigned DnB Producer

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    this is not a very helpful post. It's deep liquid, it has more of an intention to relax like deep house where the focus isnt necessarily energy and the destination isnt most likely a club.
     
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    thought&process Noctem Audio

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    preeeeeeecisely. but good notes though! i appreciate the listen
     
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    thought&process Noctem Audio

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    Bumping because I fixed the link :jacko:
     
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    Nice production. Sounds a little dry though somehow, I think its the drums...maybe some airy/splashy cymbals, or a light rolling break, behind the kick, snare n hats u already have ...it wont change the overall sound very much, but will give it some nice depth and ambience. Those strings that come in around the middle are reallly good!