First DnB Tune (liquid).. Feedback plz

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  1. AlWest

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    really nice tune that pal. what did you produce before dnb?? the sound quality is sweet.
    i'm only a novice so to more trained ears it may sound different.
    only bit of constructive critisism i can give is, just before the first drop, theres a sound, like a crackly sound, didnt fit in with the tune. other than that....TUNE!!!
     
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    damn good work for your first dnb tune. you will go far if you keep it up!
     
  4. AlWest

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    Thanx for your comments guys ...


    I just made a very little bit of hardcore but almost nothing.

    I think it come from the bass and the reverb .. I'll fix this ..always small settings ! THX !!

    Thank you ! I'll try to finish my second one this week and I'll post it too ..

    DnB Forum Rules !!!!
     
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    where does your knowlege of sound come from?? i gotta say for someone who only produced a bit of hardcore you've done a good job.
    and are we talking proper hardcore or happy hardcore?
     
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    can you get it up on soundcloud?
     
  7. AlWest

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    Fisrt, I work on FLStudio. Its a very intuitive software,very easy to use.
    And I read a lot of articles, post and stuff , I compare the different plugins, compressor etc..
    I'm not comfortable with synth so I just use samples that I modify.

    I dont have some particular knowledge, I've spent hours listening to my tracks and changing settings .. (and there is still some work).

    And about my hardcore part, it was some really heavy proper hardcore (I was a big fan of Producer & Hellfish, Radium,...).

    If you want I can add one or two link, but I just relisten to it .... it was really Hardcore ..lol

    Thanx again man !
     
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    Lucidproduction i aint fraid of no ghosts

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    ah samples! makes sense. i used to use them before i made my own synths
     
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    yeah link some up. ;) big fan myself.
     
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    Really like this track. Sounds pretty professional to me, samples or not, whatever works. Loving the reverse gritty scratchy sound. Bass is really good, drums and snares are all punchy enough for me did you EQ them yourself (I mean are the samples that punchy)? Plenty of interest throughout the track, the little rolling bells/chimes are sweet, as are the rhodes (sp?). And I like the stretched delay on the outro. Cool.
     
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    sick for a 1st track check my stuff out i havent been doint it that long around 5 mounths or so www.myspace.com/imdream
     
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    Thanx for your comment. Very constructive !
    Yes i all eq myself.. I mean the snares and drums are layered, compressed and eq separatly. The base sample is quite good but not that punchy. This is what take me most of time. Eq and listen ! and then relisten and eq ..etc...
    Thank you again man !
     
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    Thank you ! I'll check it out !