Drum & Bass Boozey-Ocean Breeze // Feedback Welcome! :)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Boozey, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. Boozey

    Boozey New Member

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    Decided to try something new, chill.. Let me know what you guys think :)



    All the best,
    Boozey
     
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    really interesting chords and wicked vocal processing.

    Im not the biggest fan of the drums, feel they dont do the melodic stuff justice, i'd prefer something lighter and more rolling/breaky. Cool track nonetheless!

     
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    ^^ Dajum, this is friggin awesome!
     
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    Yeah I am going to have to second hugh's opinion. The drums should be a bit more 'rolly'. I'd take a classic funk break and use that as a starting point. Other than that, nice stuff
     
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    basically what everyone else has said. change the drums and this will be lovely. really chilled vibes!
     
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    Okay, thanks guys! But, what drums & snares should I use then? Any examples?
     
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    This man :) If you have a play with other beats look forward to hearing it :)
     
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    ^^ those sort of lighter,clicky,breaky drums would suit the chords you have a lot more I feel