Drum & Bass Creos's stuff 2.0

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Creos, Mar 20, 2013.

  1. Creos

    Creos New Member

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    Hello anyone again !

    I'm Creos, new producer of dnb music because i just fell in love few month ago about it and then, let me introduce you my first try with my first dnb remix :



    Thx for feedback good or bad, everything is good for me :)

    thx again and see you soon !
     
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    W3st Unsigned DnB Producer

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    nice! not bad for a new producer. that usual problem when first starting out it mixdown and eqing. work on eqing room for your drums in the mix. there are general guidelines for drums in each genre and for dnb its more or less:

    200hz for snare with 8000hz mark on the highs

    100-150 for punch of drums, a bit lower depending on taste, laying just above the sin sub line of 45-90 ish give or take

    upper mids for kick punch.

    work on those kinds of techniques and youll be on your way. nice ideas tho mate keep it up
     
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    thx !

    i will think about it, mastering is not my best point, i have to work hard on it :)
     
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    W3st Unsigned DnB Producer

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    thats not really part of mastering yet bud. dont worry about terminology though, just immerse yourself into the scene and youll eventually find the right ways to work around everything.

    focus on the mixdown
     
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    Hey everyone,

    Check out my new Daft Punk Remix !