Feedback wanted!

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by kraiwa2, Jul 13, 2015.

  1. kraiwa2

    kraiwa2 New Member

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    Hey there guys.
    I started producing D'n'B, not a very long time ago.

    This is my personally best rated song. Still, I would like to know what some of you here think.
    Please tell me what I should / shouldn't do the next time!
     
  2. IV4

    IV4 Currently a newt.

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    Get better breaks. In this forum there is a breaks exchange thread. Find one, splice it up and layer it with some other kicks and snares to give your drums more of a human feel.
     
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  3. Catalyst_dnb

    Catalyst_dnb Member

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    The progression is really good, and it's clear that you've got a proper structure to the track.

    As IV4 said try and imagine the drums as a whole spectrum of sound - at the moment they're in a very small tunnel. Add some more weight to them and a bit of extra percussion and it will sound infinitely better :)
     
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