A couple of my tracks.

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by slimreaper, Jul 5, 2009.

  1. slimreaper

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    hay man keep working on it second one sounded bit better
    drums in the first one need lots or work they just really sound like single hits not drums.

    take a good look in the production section there's a lot of good stuff in there.
     
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    Alright.

    Listened to the first one: It's all pretty much like presets from synths and drum machines. The snare is a bit overpowering in all it's noisyness. Maybe you could go more for transient power (snap) than that all powerful force. The kick needs pushing up too i think.

    A lot of dnb is just that, drums and basses, so focus on tweaking those. You don't need to have 4 different synth melodies going on, you'll do much better if you focus that energy on 1 sound and make it interesting enough and have some movement and sonic variation in it.

    Keep at it, I guess you're really just started all this business.
     
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    Cheers for the feedback fellas. Nice to get some honest opinions. Most of my mates just say "yeah, thats wicked" to whatever i play them, which don't help me get any better.