First DNB Tune

arthurso

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Tune In, Turn On, Drop Out- Box-E

Been producing for about 5 months now, first track that I'm really happy with.
Any feedback would be sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeet.
Mainly compositionally, still new to drum and bass. Been listening to a whole heap of Bukem/Pho-tek etc.
Also pretty much basic mastering/levelling
And even just plain simple whether you like it or not!

Thanks!

http://soundcloud.com/box-e/tune-in-turn-on-drop-out
 
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EZ Arthurso
you can hear photek influence right away ;)
Like the tune mate,
Intro needs a little more work, drop is bit sudden.
Personally I wud make drum come more forward.
Like the chilled vibe in dnb so I like this one mate.
In tunes like that there is a lots of space for
a nice ideas, I wud add some synth line,
or just synth touches.
Hope that helps/
Cheers.
 

fractal

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ye really like this kind of style and youre drums have got a pretty nice flow. like what paracyte said i was expecting to hear some nice synths or samples to give it a bit more character but real nice work mate
 

ApeCat

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I'd be careful with adding too many new drum drums if you're determined to focus on the percussive, rather do a bunch of different high hat and ride patterns.

Just do a forum search for "mixdown" and "mastering", Jace.
 
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arthurso, that's a fine piece of music, If I didn't know you were a beginner I would of thought an old school head made that,,, little boxy sounding though,,,,

do you use samples?if so where do you get them?
 

djdevz

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sweet track mate..for me the bongos/congos whatever they are are a lil too much in the front of the mix
n as said before the drums could be made more present in the mix
add a synth or 2 n u got urself a maad tune!

but great work considering this popped ur dnb cherry ;)
 
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