Are there guides for producing Jump Up DNB somewhere? [weak sound problems ect.] I was wondering, because I really struggle to make good sounds that fit Jump Up, most synths and stuff I create sound really weak and I don't have any idea how to create these great intro synths that most Jump Up artists use to get this kind of suspense before the drop and it doesn't get boring even if the intro is one minute long, which is a problem to me because when I listen to my tracks it kind of feels like you've had enough after 2 minutes. The only thing I am not struggling with too hard is creating basslines but they still miss this something something that makes them so satisfying to listen to. When I layer alot of snares and kicks and randomly kick in compression and EQ it ends up sounding kind of weak or strange, even if I take out muddy frequencies and add high passes to cut out everything below 40HZ for the drums. Is there some guide in that way? I've taken a look at the dnbscene EQing and Compression tutorials and that made things better, but I am still so unpleased with my sound design that I often throw down my projects after I realize that the sound is weak, monotone or something like that. You can listen to where I am at in the track in my signature. I hope you know what I was trying to say, my English is not the finest. Greets.