Feedback - my tracks suck?

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hi guys
i've been into production and beatmaking since 2012, i've mainly produced sample-based hip hop.
I have always loved drum and bass but i've never been this good to make a decent electronic track with custom synth, bass and stuff, but i recently dedicated myself a lot into dnb production and these 2 tracks are a little step forward for me.

i love the minimal/dark style with fat sub basses, creepy atmosphere, big plucks and rolling beats. Artists like Prolix, Amoss and Dub Motion are the ones I like.

i've used NI massive and Logic retro synth for all the sounds you can hear in the tracks, i layered and sequenced the drums with NI Battery 4

Just wanted to receive some feedback and tips, i hope you'll enjoy these tunes.

thanks a lot for the attention and big up everybody
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https://soundcloud.com/groomconceptbeats%2Fmannaggia-maru-jungle-run
https://soundcloud.com/groomconceptbeats%2Fvostok
 
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I really like your sound. I enjoyed both tracks and I think you've got good song writing skills. I'm looking forward to hearing more from you tbh
thanks Kyba C: glad to hear that, send me your productions via Soundcloud messages if you want
 

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The arrangement is really good man, on the first track the snare stands out as quite low heavy. The snare fits the second track better but still needs a bit of brightness in the higher frequencies.

the second track has got a sick roll to it. When you've refined your mixing skills a bit better these will be sick no doubt :)
 
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The arrangement is really good man, on the first track the snare stands out as quite low heavy. The snare fits the second track better but still needs a bit of brightness in the higher frequencies.

the second track has got a sick roll to it. When you've refined your mixing skills a bit better these will be sick no doubt :)
thanks pal, in the second track i used some slapback echo on the snare to increase the dynamic rolling. In the first one i basically used 2 drum kits: one made by myself with one shot samples and another one was made by chopping a drum break old-school style to give that jungle feel ( you can hear it at 01.15)
 

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hi guys
i've been into production and beatmaking since 2012, i've mainly produced sample-based hip hop.
I have always loved drum and bass but i've never been this good to make a decent electronic track with custom synth, bass and stuff, but i recently dedicated myself a lot into dnb production and these 2 tracks are a little step forward for me.

i love the minimal/dark style with fat sub basses, creepy atmosphere, big plucks and rolling beats. Artists like Prolix, Amoss and Dub Motion are the ones I like.

i've used NI massive and Logic retro synth for all the sounds you can hear in the tracks, i layered and sequenced the drums with NI Battery 4

Just wanted to receive some feedback and tips, i hope you'll enjoy these tunes.

thanks a lot for the attention and big up everybody
Concept

https://soundcloud.com/groomconceptbeats%2Fmannaggia-maru-jungle-run
https://soundcloud.com/groomconceptbeats%2Fvostok
Nice sounds

I think the first tune is mixed better

I like the second tune but it needs some weightier drums behind it, a big kick and splashy snare imo
 
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Nice sounds

I think the first tune is mixed better

I like the second tune but it needs some weightier drums behind it, a big kick and splashy snare imo
yeah the first one sounds better, i had some conflicts with the snare in the second one, and the kick punchiness usually fight with fat sub basses.
thanks for the feedback, share your tracks whenever you want
 
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