2 new tunes

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by mr meh, Feb 16, 2015.

  1. mr meh

    mr meh Well-Known Member

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    Not posted anything in a while, so here's two tunes! Let me know what you think ;)



     
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    Lovin' the Endemic drum build up/fill just before the drop. Nice snare sound too!

    This is a few bars of my current track...

     
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    Thanks for checking mate :) your track aint available now
     
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    first tunes my favorite, melody goes in hard ! would maybe automate the rate of the filters to change around on the main bass just for some variation but the sounds are sounding sick and the tunes heavy!
     
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    cheers mate, nice tip! will try that next time :)
     
  6. Aaron Madden

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    on the first song the bass is cool but would work better as a filler bass? so have a less interesting bass as to follow and that to fill in the gaps, it looses its fatness by having it on repeatedly
     
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    Endemic definitely sounds more polished. The bass fits better, and the drums sound tighter. So I guess for Trust No-One, the snare could be changed, or at least made quieter. As for the bass, maybe attenuating around 1kHz would make it sound less harsh? That's just my opinion anyway, these tracks definitely aren't bad!
     
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    Thanks for the feedback fellas