[Dubstep] NitrousUK - Cranium

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by DJNitrousUK, Sep 26, 2010.

  1. DJNitrousUK

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    Something I've been working on for the last week and a half or so.
    Feedback appreciated...



    peace
     
  2. drp81

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    like the intro, snare could use a bit less reverb imo, specially after the 2nd drop when it goes to a 2 step beat. nice bass, good and dirty :) reckon you could do with addin some fx or pads to keep it interesting as it gets a bit boring after a while tho, maybe some kind of lead or something....

    good work tho keep at it!!
     
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    Cheers for the feedback mate, nice one for listening.
    I'll make some changes and play around and then post back :)
     
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    Is it just me or is your main reese'ish sound panned a little too much to the left?


    Could have made it a little bit more interesting from the drop to the breakdown. But maybe you want it to be hypnotizing and stuff.

    I think you should turn your snare's reverb down a bit.

    The vocals in the end could be compressed better or, turned down in the mix a little bit as well.

    Interesting and nice sounding synths you've got going on there though. Cool stuff!
     
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    yeah its panned to the left for me as well...n im listening on some headphones.
    but as stated already..lil less reverb on the snare n a lil more variation.

    deep track tho..