EvilQuest vs. Tim Reaper - 30 Foot Drop

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  1. Tim Reaper

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  2. emmeeji

    emmeeji DnB = Life Producing 9yrs

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    Nice overall tune, great structure, love the build up, the amen drop and then the chilled trumpet section after. interesting. great use of samples. the final drop at 3.30 i have to say is great but rather generic. same old amen, same old bass if you get me drift.

    You obviously have a great knack for making drum and bass tunes. well done man.

    Tell me what you think of my tracks.

    Emmeeji
     
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    $marty Dexcell Staff Member

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    EQ kept this co-lab quiet. Its got some wicked vibes going on. Nice touch with the Walken samples :) That breakdown is pretty nice too.
     
  4. Tim Reaper

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    Cheers Emmeeji! :)
    When I finish tweaking this tune and upload it, I'll get around to commenting on a tune of yours.

    I wonder why.:rolleyes:
     
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    $marty Dexcell Staff Member

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    Feel free to drop us a copy if you like, matey.
     
  6. Tim Reaper

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    It's downloadable right now, but I'd advise you to wait until I put up a tweaked version.
     
  7. Tim Reaper

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    I've uploaded a new version, with the bass on the first drop reduced and clearer vocals on the intro and outro. :D
     
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    msmith222 redbeard

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    production sounds solid right off the bat, i do agree with the comment about it being a bit generic. solid sounds though, can't fault this one.
     
  9. Mr Fletch

    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    Now that shit is what I call "old skool".

    Damn for a second there that took me back to my days at world dance!
     
  10. Tim Reaper

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    Cheers man. :D

    That's what I was going for! ;)
     
  11. DJ Labrynth

    DJ Labrynth Reppin the 90's

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    Production is tight. I'm a sucker for the reggae vibes, nice work capturing them. But as much as I hate to say it, the sound is kinda same old... But the good news is that it's a sound that will still destroy dance floors. Keep it movin!
     
  12. Tim Reaper

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    Thanks Labrynth! :)
     
  13. BOS

    BOS What Darkness Hides

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    bigup jungle crew, nice track bud
     
  14. rob_del_terror

    rob_del_terror - ̿ ̿'̵͇̿̿з=(•̪●)=ε

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    :bounce: :applause: TUUUUUUNE
    love it. cant find anything to criticize at all.
     
  15. Tim Reaper

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    Thanks man. :D

    Cheers Rob. :lol:
     
  16. Mass

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    really nice tune mate love the snare work in various places.


    little bit busy on the intro but a wicked tune still.
     
  17. Tim Reaper

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    Cheers Mass!
    Yeah, the intro's a little busy, but it's a busy tune. ;)
     
  18. Busdriver

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    Hey mate,

    great job here, your drums work is simply amazing but i have to say i don't really like your basses. specially the first one entering after the first break.

    Once again, crazy amen break work.

    greatingzzz
     
  19. Tim Reaper

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    Drums are my specialty. :D