Dubstep, and Drum and Bass sogs i have made check it out

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  1. D1G1T4LPOLARIS

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    DnB:
    not bad wobbles, but it sounds like ur synths are too far back in the mix
    try and work on filling your spectrum a lil more and maybe not put too much panning in
    imo tho.

    Dubstep:
    better, but ur kick n snare fail to cut through the mix and sound muffled..but ur bass sounds are sick
    maybe a bit of mid range eq boost would help, oh n try n vary it slightly - keeps the listener trippin :p
     
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    Thanks for the advice much appreciated!!
     
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    Dnb:
    Layer a drum loop under neath your main beat. It sounds far too mechanical.
    Kinda like the bass. Needs work though. Also... like Devs said... you need to fill the spectrum more.

    Dubstep:
    Synth at the begining is very nice. Drums on the intro are cool. Need a proper kick and snare in there though. The drop is cool but you need to clean your mix up a bit. There is too much happening all over the place. Also... the wobbles are a tad un original... maybe take them down an octave and make them less "yoi" and "yei"