Basslines timing question

ali^

Bigtingsagwarn
VIP Junglist
Messages
1,514
Likes
5
#2
i think the bass sounds really tight mate.
sounds like you've got some decent atmos pads going on the background so i don't think it needs to be full of bass throughout,
all sounds good but after the little mid patch in the middle, maybe wait half a bar or so to bring the bass back in, give it a bit of space, if not try taking the little stabs out at the very end of the bar because it might possibly sound a little rushed.
good work though, keep us posted
 
Messages
191
Likes
4
#3
I'd say you want a point in the loop where there is just drums, bass sounds a little too constant for me(towards the end maybe even just put a different bass timbre). Great vibes though.
 

RevTech

Butthole=output transduce
VIP Junglist
Messages
3,653
Likes
33
#9
starting to get where I want to in music, it's an amazing feeling. Took me 4 years of producing on cubase to get here \m/
 

equilibrium

Member
VIP Junglist
Messages
560
Likes
14
#10
hard to say but i think the attack might be too long, just barely

EDIT: that was listening to your first version. the updated one sounds on point.

starting to get where I want to in music, it's an amazing feeling. Took me 4 years of producing on cubase to get here \m/
such a good feeling
 
Top