178 eastern influenced jungle tune on JungleXpeditions

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Bone Man, Mar 22, 2012.

  1. Bone Man

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    put up a new toon on soundcloud yesterday if anyone wants to check it out, will be part of an EP on JungleXpeditions :



    cheers
     
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  2. Bone Man

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    Kibon Blaze It Down !

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    nice work man :) in the intro I thought I was going to be a bit of a boring track because there wasn't much variation on that drumbreak (forgot the name of the drumbreak atm but I've used to sometimes :) ) but eventually you did some bad ass processing (if that's the right term in english..) on that break, I'm actually pretty jealous of some of the edits you did in there and I also like the eastern influences so big ups :)
     
  4. EvezDroppin

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

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    big track, like this style a lot
     
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    Drums and bass come in too soon / suddenly in my opinion.

    Breaks could do with some more non-glitchy chopping just to change things up a bit, when they're dry they seem to just repeat and it makes it seem like you're just using generic loops and then throwing Gross Beat or sometihng on top.

    Percs also loop too much.

    Nice use of samples, but they kind of go on an A, B, C.. pattern, there's no real transition between them.

    All in all it's a nice tune, but with a little extra work you can make it a fucking awesome tune.
     
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    not my kind of music, but it sounds really tight.
    and very good job on the mastering.
     
  7. Bone Man

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    ez, only just seen these replies. thanks for checkin it out and commenting