A dubstep attempt

djdevz

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not bad ideas in this...i think thers a lil too much reverb and volume on the snare..its eating up way too much space in ur mix.
n ur piano sounds a lil too amateurish to me...
but like i said some good stuff but just work on the mix down.
 

djdevz

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I think it could benefit by being a little softer, maybe mess around with some subtle reverb. I think it might be slightly loud as well, but some eq could sort that..just mess around until it's rocking to ur ears :)
 

kuthoerrr89

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You should really let the wobble bass use his own sub, right now in your song i can hear the sub going through the whole song, with dubstep it's the wobble that makes the sub. So when you brapbrapbrap begins @ 0.27. the sub should wobble at the same speed as your brapbrapbrap.

Ps. I totally understand it if you dont get anything from what i just typed :)
 

conclude

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No man, I get what you mean. I can add another sub bass to the wobble mixer and mix it down with the same LFO, filter frequency and filter rate settings if that's what you mean. I usually do that, but then I thought it wouldn't make that much of a difference as long as you got a shitloud sub bass going on. Will test it, thx man.
 
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