Drum & Bass Dr1l - Paradise (less dark, more relaxing)

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  1. `ry4ndnb

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    A bit different from my usual stuff.
     
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    anikom15 New Member

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    The flanger is a bit ... flamboyant. I wouldn't call this relaxing, either. But it's pretty good and you should focus on one element, like either the BANGING SNARE or the bees or something. It sounds like everything is fighting for the lead. Btw, those breaks are awesome.
     
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    Thanks for reply! For the breaks you mean every break or only that amen break?
     
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    I don't like the snare, make the breaks a little louder and make your kick stand out more, and make it overall a bit clearer, but not bad! has potential :)
     
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    I mean the amen. The snare is cool too, but like it said everything's fighting for the lead so you really need to just make one part of the track stand out.
     
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    To be honest, I had problems with kick.. I still have problems with mixing, because the reese bass is umm 'taking' the whole frequency spectrum, so every lead/synth played along with reese bass is a bit muted, that`s the problem I think. ;(