D-Bridge VS Concord Dawn - Labyrinth

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  1. affe29

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    one of my favourite dnb tunes. the part @ 4:04 when the subtle bass kicks in = heaven :cool:
     
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    this is a great 12" both sides are massive
     
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    It seems every time i have a little mix now there seems to be some sort of a theme to them, and i record all of them. If i reckon they are good enough to go online not too many embarrassing moments then i will post the links.
     
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    erm..?
     
  5. affe29

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    my thoughts excactly :)

     
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  6. barnescrowford

    barnescrowford I've been naughty, I'm banned

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    "Daylight" is a very subtle atmospheric bass heavy roller, where a majority of the bridge I think ð influence the sound in general. This is a very straightforward track pad and a nice sweep voice accompanied by some thorns to open and close, it has a moody voice. Adjusted.
    "Labyrinth", on the other hand is quite Stomper track. Building from a long introduction (better mixing), you already know it will be heavy. In this regard, the greatest influence on Concord Dawn, it seems like a D - the bridge is now a new tempering, New Zealand, giving it a subtle edge, especially in the section. This track is based on a very simple periodic squaky bass synthesizer hooks.
     
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    Indeed, I told my friend that just yesterday
     
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    Remember first hearing this on Friction's Big Bad Bass mix cd, just had to have it. Quality.
     
  9. affe29

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    great description :)