E.S.R + Skulda- Line Rider VERSION 2

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by muzzadj, Nov 17, 2009.

  1. muzzadj

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    Where's the drums at man? Need something more than just kick/snare/hat.
    Keep making tunes.
     
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    such as?...
     
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    anyone else?
     
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    richie_stix gomby plz

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    breaks/percussion... to me fucking ages to work this out! honestly, was making tunes for about 2 years... then one day put a break over the drum bat and was like durr, retard!

    you need them for the grove! watch the sub focus tutorial and juggernaught video on youtube about making beats... then you will understand what subprime is saying!

    ps. will listen to the tune another time, can't be arsed to download it!
     
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    richie_stix gomby plz

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    what subprime said!
     
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    its all about the breaks muzza, consider your kicks n snares like a foundation.
    its the breaks, percussion and jangly bits that make the beat swing and move in a dynamic way. all those hats, rides, crashes, bongos, congas, marracas, backwards snares, rolls and fills ect are what gives the beat its dynamics and character. listen to a good solid break you like and analize the bits in between the kicks and snares and there patterns / relationship.

    its definately not easy to build a good solid beat from scratch and takes time so hang in there bro, but the more your learn about breaks themselves, drumming ect it will fall into place at some point. Listen to your fav producers drums in the track and think about how the elements fit together and why, pay attention to all the bits individually, sometimes its just the way a hat swings that gives it the movement it needs

    keep it up bro!