AL CAPONE , PILWIZER, HEAVY DNB

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by alcaponeuk, Sep 21, 2012.

  1. alcaponeuk

    alcaponeuk Member

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    dont ever remember posting this on here, had some help from a friend with this one, all mastered in skull candy headphones so forgive me for a terrible mix lmao, let me know what u think guys!
     
  2. lostnthesound

    lostnthesound Burns Easily in the Sun

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    Not bad man. A couple things:

    More variation with the bassline. The sequence gets a bet repetitive rather quickly, which could also be attributed by the bassline's timbre/lack of movement.Some more fills as well as completely removing the bassline for a couple beats would help keep the energy up and "vary" the sequencing. Also, modulating that bassline a bit could help.

    Snare. Sounds good, but gets drowned out once the whole track kicks in. Needs a bit of low-end boosting love (around 175–225Hz).

    Breaks. The layered breaks you have working sound nice, those crashing cymbals and percussion noises are a nice touch.

    Overall, a good track. It needs a bit more variation overall just to maintain listener interest. The parts you have in the tune work nice together.

    Cheers.
     
  3. alcaponeuk

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    yeah bro i feel you! cheers for the feedback ill take it on board, much appreciated glad u like it
     
  4. pattycake

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    It sounds good but does sound a bit dry to me, snare definitely needs to stick out more. but yeah pretty much what other guy said. I like the atmosphere! It does seem a bit too full of sounds, i think you can probably get some better sounds in there nice arrangement I'm feeling it.
     
  5. alcaponeuk

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    yeah it just needs cleaning up then buttering up a little with some more punch in the snare i think, thanks man!
     
  6. lasiien

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    Nice bassline, enjoyed it but as has been said more variation especially in after the drop wouldn't go amiss. as others have said the main snare hits are a bit lost and need some help. Otherwise nice job!
     
  7. alcaponeuk

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