Comments/help needed on new track.

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Symmethree, Jul 31, 2010.

  1. Symmethree

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    i swear this is gotta be like the third time you have put your track in the wrong section
     
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    it all sounds really really MIDI, i think you should try making each sound fit into the mix a little bit more, it just sounds like you've layered a load of shit but in key sounds really mate.
     
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    i think the beats need to be a lot punchier.. and the synth kinda sound seems a bit too harsh and overpowering. maybe put a chorus through it to add some width and atmosphere...

    but as ali said its in key so the hard work is done!
     
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    Yeah it sounds too dull, add some more width.
    That synth is a little to loud.
    And it could be me but where is your sub bass?
     
  6. Symmethree

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    how do you create a subbass and what is it exactly? cause i put in a kick/snare etc. and a bassline
    but what is a sub bass? now i'm not a novice when it comes to dnb but i just don't know how to create them myself..

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    how do you create a sub bass and what is it exactly? cause i put in a kick/snare etc. and a bassline
    but what is a sub bass? now i'm not a novice when it comes to dnb but i just don't know how to create them myself..
     
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    Great melodies, but yes use some reverb and add some widith to it - nice atmospheric feeling. Drums should be a little more punched.
    You should listen to all this tips and do it and make final mixdown.
    Cheers!