Bad Ace Inc - shapeshifter

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Bad Ace, Sep 29, 2004.

  1. Bad Ace

    Bad Ace Close2Death

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    still in the makin :gpeace: feedbak really appreciated.this is sumin different from my usual doings.

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  2. 12 inch grinch

    12 inch grinch Active Member

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    weighty tune .as always good shit man .
     
  3. Bad Ace

    Bad Ace Close2Death

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    nice 1 grinchy ;)
     
  4. PeTzZz

    PeTzZz Retired DnB Listener

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    I am just a DnB Listener and I am not professional (listener) yet!
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    1. No intro - 42 seconds the same thing from the beginning, it wasn't so pleasent. So it needs a intro.
    2. First 42 sec. are almost the same, no surprises, too monotonous, but rythm is good.
    3. The silence after that is very good and tunes after the silence are also very good, but lasts too long ~1 min 30 sec, I wanted some surprises on ~02:00 - it means, a little bit different tunes to the backround (a little change).
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    That was my view of this track. It seems that it will be a good track.

    :)
     
  5. Bad Ace

    Bad Ace Close2Death

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    cheers bro ill take them into consideration :respekt:

    ps there is only 2 dayz work in this,i dont normally worry bout an intro till near the end of a track.really i spose im lookin what to do after all this.opinions?
     
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  6. DJFlexie

    DJFlexie Jungletrainer

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    :respekt:

    i agree work on the intro, and just filling the tune and giving it that deep/warm feel.

    :end_of_wo

    hah

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  7. Bad Ace

    Bad Ace Close2Death

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    wicked cheers buddy
     
  8. pooki

    pooki New Member

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    i dig this tune
    this is phat!!!!

    wicked drums
    love the techy feeling

    big up
     
  9. Dr. Ophalus

    Dr. Ophalus Guest

    Good start. I'd put a HP filter over the main riff, and a LP filter over the bass, vary the drum patterns, find a good sample for a breakdown. Nice start.
     
  10. dj.jason

    dj.jason skeyemountain.com

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    nice start to the tune trax man, you can definately feel it ready to explode ;) finish it of bro, i'll rinse it for ya, hehe

    :saber:
     
  11. Infidel

    Infidel n30

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    I agree, this is gonna be a solid track. The key is variation, but I don't start putting edits and shit into my songs till I got all the framework laid out anyway, which I'm guessing is what yer doing.

    Very nice :sniper: