Dreamlike- Deep/liquid'ish

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by prettyherb, Jun 2, 2014.

  1. prettyherb

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    Ez :)

    Something new i'm working no! Drums are made out of chopped breaks, all the rest is made by softsynths :) Tips/advice/... much appreciated :)


    Grtz :)
     
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    Sounds great, kick is real meaty and I'm a sucker for the breaks. Synthesis is wicked too, how'd you get that sweet warping movement in the bass?! The snare sounds maybe a little low in the mix or lacking in higher frequencies but I'm not listening on great speakers so I could be wrong.
     
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    Tnx man :)

    The first synth is a layer of 2 oscillators - 1 with midrange 1 with bass, and the one with bass has an envelope on the attack. There's a filter on it that lowpasses the midrange oscillator during the tune :) (with an automation clip in fl studio) Hope that's helpful :)

    Grtz!
     
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    Ooh nice bass on this one! That bass is awesome!
    Just make sure the sub doens't overpower everything
    Love it...
     
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    Cool man, sounding good!
     
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    Breaks could use better mixing. Very smooth track, bass is huge.
     
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    Hight ends better/ mid range? Imo the break is clear but anything can help :)
     
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    I think you could add just a little more variety to your break. I think they sound fine on the mix. The snare could be beefed up but I am not sure that is what you were going for. They have an old school feel to them that I like.