Dimenzion-X : Resistance

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Mr Fletch, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. Mr Fletch

    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    richie_stix gomby plz

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    right, well the intro definately was sweet... not dj friendly but sweet none the less!

    Not sure on the rate o wobble on this b-line if i'm honest... needs to be faster to me?

    overall the sounds are good, kick and snare seem to be lacking the gut punch your dub tunes have... but i spose this is a 1st draft so that will come with time!?

    ---------- Post added at 14:25 ---------- Previous post was at 14:24 ----------

    actually... just listening to the bit thats just ambience and drums right at the end and the drums seem beefier... perhaps its a mixing issue with the sub?
     
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    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    Yeah I need to get the kick to punch through more, gonna throw a compressor on there see if I cant sort it out a little.

    As for the wobble.....I didnt use an LFO on this one as I wanted the bass to kinda "morph" instead of wobble. so I attached a low pass cutoff filter to the bass channel and automated it instead.
     
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    richie_stix gomby plz

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    interesting... well, that aside... i found for a tune that seemed (to me) to be a jumpy roller, that it rolled alittle too slow? hope that helps bud!
     
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    snare has a good low punch behind it which is working nicely. kick is lacking for me personally, theres too much low end on it. personally sounded like it could work at a faster tempo better, what bpm is it? bass + pads sounds good to me tho man
     
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    Cheers Richie, all feedback is helpful mate.

    It's currently at 170bpm
     
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    I heard some nice percussion and fx noises that were sort of left in the background, bring them up a bit. I thought the continuous pad and the fairly solid sub made it a little droney over-all, just an impression (and I am pretty tired so pinch of salt)

    Yeah it's nice taking a different approach to shaping the bass sound. If you put a 4 band parametric eq in place of the low pass filter then you get the extra two bandpass filters and the high pass to automate as well, can be a bit of fun.
     
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    I dont believe I have a 4 band eq???? I know I have a 5 band one, guess I could play around with that?
     
  9. Protoplasym

    Protoplasym Nuskool

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    Fun, lively... and sounds good. The Modulation on the Bass Patch is fun, the LFO movement that is... I enjoy it's Rezzy sound as well.

    The whole thing sounds great on my cheap comp speaks.... everything's punching through nicely.

    Overall, doesn't break any barriers but it's a solid little wall of Big Textures. (if that makes sense : )


    :jamon:
     
  10. juggy111

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    like the bass line on this.. maybe add another 'wobblier' type one with different keys for more variety to the track? overall gud sounds!