First liquid DnB attempt, feedback appreciated

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by SynesthesiaC, Sep 4, 2009.

  1. SynesthesiaC

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    Made this today. All done in midi in cubase 4 using synths from NI komplete 5. Its pretty chilled. I just looooove the sax synth in kontakt more than anything else.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrFp9E4DxnU

    Thoughts?
     
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  2. Lucidproduction

    Lucidproduction i aint fraid of no ghosts

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    yeah man u definatly got a nice melody going on,

    the beat sounds liek a real drum kit which gives a really natural sound to your track, its niice man.


    mayb just EQing the intruments in parts (piano) and making them softer will just make the track smoother, but thats just my taste really! nice one anyway!
     
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    Excellent work. I like .. it all.

    I liked the variation with the drums at the start but then never heard any more towards the end, I don't know if I just missed it or...
     
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    Nice tune. And nice use of the synths.
    The levels and eq-ing were out a bit for me, with the kick and snare suffering. At one point the kick was pretty damn quiet.

    It's hard to make suggestions on levels and that, it's something you really have to hear yourself.
    The melodies and all were really nice.
     
  5. SynesthesiaC

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    Thanks for the feedback :~) Starting to get the hang of the drums at least now. Might touch it up a bit, or do another version of it with a fatter bassline.