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Finally I can post links! haha!

So, I tried a little while ago, to give a shot at a neurofunk/darkstep song. Would you guys tell me what you think? The song is the one in my sig.

Thanks a lot!
 
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hi,

a few things:
1) the beat sounds a bit weak, e.g. the snare should be punchier
2) I didn´t count the bpm but isn´t it very fast? a bit too fast for my taste :)

just my opinion though :)

Greetz
Martin
 

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hi,

a few things:
1) the beat sounds a bit weak, e.g. the snare should be punchier
2) I didn´t count the bpm but isn´t it very fast? a bit too fast for my taste :)

just my opinion though :)

Greetz
Martin
Hey man! About the snare, I'll try some things with the snares in my next Dnb song. and about the BPM, it's set to 190BPM, as I felt that the 175BPM was making the track lose some aggressiveness (even the 180BPM was doing that, for me). I've already made a topic about this, and I was told about making the track dj friendly, and try to find other ways to reach the desired aggressiveness.

Anyways, thanks for lending your ears!
 
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180 would be OK for dnb, 190 not in my opinion.

yes its true that fast songs sound more aggressive that slow ones - Just compare Psytrance with Tek ;)
Nevertheless there are elements which make tunes sound "faster" than they really are. The difficulty is to find these elements ;)
I find that e.g. something like a snare in 32th notes in the background of the track can make this effect

Greetz
Martin
 
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