first drum and bass track

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by vexx, Nov 14, 2010.

  1. vexx

    vexx Member

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    this is my first (proper) track. i started making beats about a year ago. never really made a full track. just getting to grips with making beats and synths from scratch . this is what i came up with. constructive criticism is more than welcome!



    http://soundcloud.com/user5285078/new-beat
     
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  2. miszt

    miszt BASSFACE Royale

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    link mite help :p
     
  3. vexx

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  4. Neomind

    Neomind Too many skulls!">:O

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    pretty good to be your first dnb track :)
     
  5. kuthoerrr89

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    i like your style
     
  6. Thin and crispy

    Thin and crispy Active Member

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    m8 for a first track this is wicked, your deffiantly on the right track here, the mixdown sounds good, arrangement and progression aren't bad (i think your break could come in 16 bars earlier and have the 16 bars from that put on the end) well done!
     
  7. miszt

    miszt BASSFACE Royale

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    nice effort, look forward to hearing more, you have a nice sound. needs more variation, and the sounds need beefing up, but you'r are going in the right direction
     
  8. vexx

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    thank guys im on it!!!!!!
     
  9. Catchem

    Catchem mwerp much?

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    really enjoyed it well done for your first dnb track only thing was it doesn't feel like enough is going on in the break for me personally and as said before it could be moved 16 bars sooner other than that though well done good work
     
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    Not bad at all for a first track, the production sounds pretty good..
    i just think its a little boring, nothing much happenbing, but thats just my taste
     
  11. AzeRoon

    AzeRoon eidam Cheese

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    It's really good for your first track, but I agree with others - It needs more variability, more catchy elements, less repeating,you know, some cool effects that make an atmosphere ;)
     
  12. ~CriticalWaves~

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    sounds good man agree with whats been said above, KEEP ADDIT!