dnb wip feedback needed

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Drop sounds a little rough/forced, maybe b/c there isn't enough transition of elements. Maybe extent the silence on its end and maybe a vocal sample right before it kicks in again, possibly extend the part that comes after that for a little longer too. I think the beat's pretty good tho.
 
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Boy do I love intros that sound like that :DDDDD, And I personally enjoy the buildup to drop! Its not really too rough! It can build up that way! You definitely got it down good bro! I have a song on my label that builds up like that. Well many, and actually playaz has those kinds of tracks too! Especially within the old school it was like "what is a buildup?" lol it was just make music and play it.. xD
 

MC_Abyss

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Thanks mason ill work on that its been a problem of mine blunt transitions with little to no build up.


Rapture, thanks for the complement man glad you liked it, its a free download if your interested:)
 

Thisisaero

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I'd love a bigger build up or more suspenseful one- the drop seems to come out of nowhere or feel a bit empty. your bass is drowning your kick in the main sections a bit - maybe have a longer tail on it or (more) sidechaining? or maybe just a punchier sample. Liking the bass and the hats good rhythm
 

MC_Abyss

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Aero believe it or not but I didn't use any sidechaining at All. But i probably could of used a little to make the kick more defiant. Thanks for the input. I think for an exercise i'm just gonna make a long suspenseful intro. 4min intro lol with no drop. Intros are one of my week points.
I'll keep practicing thanks. :)
 

FLOdnb

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The idea is ok, but I think you need to work on the arrangement, because the drop doesnt fit with the intro that well imo... also work a bit more on the basslines you have :) start resampling as im guessing ur going for those neuro type sounds...oh yes... and get more hihats on that aswell - you'd be amazed to what a pair of looped hihats / rides do in dnb :)
 

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Thanks for your opinion flo now,
Resampling how would you go about doing that. Would you keep it in raw midi format patched through the Synth or export as wav?
 
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