al capone - thursday funk (something special, brought the 80s to drum n bass!)

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some old senheiser cans and some whackass 20 quid sony hifi, this year ive booked ibiza, leeds fest and spent a grand on a mac so i didnt exactly budget for my monitors this year lmfao
 

MisterApe

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Well switching to mac is always good :D

I ditched windows in january and haven't looked back, would definitely suggest going for a budget monitor setup eventually though! Best decision i ever made tbh.
 

Phazyuk

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Ooo yeah man that guitar is smooth! I reckon you brought it out a bit to suddenly though, try bringing it out with a hi or low pass filter.

The drop is distorting a little swell, might want to bring some levels down.
Overall good ideas though and Im really appreciating the experimentalness (if thats a word) of the track!

Would love it if you could take the time to give me some feed back on this http://dnbforum.com/showthread.php/161621-Phazy-Ilya !

Cheers
-Phazy
 
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yeah i hear you bro i was seriously thinking about LPing the guitar in but left it in the end! n yeah man the 'experimentalness' was definitely what i was aiming for haha happy u spotted that!!! thanks bro! n about the distortion i dno what happened may be something on the master channel thats causing that ill look into it
 

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Cool track, this is something different. That guitar is great and works really well! I think the mids of the bass are very rumbly and that ruins the track a bit imo as the other stuff are really cool.

But if I just look away from production I think this is nice man!
 
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thanks man! yeah mids are a bit clunky thats why i low passed the main riff, went a bit overboard on chorus which made the levels abit uppety on the right and left channels, oh well!
 
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