First tune in Renoise - Mute

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Labrat, Aug 8, 2009.

  1. Labrat

    Labrat Active Member

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    hey,
    this is my first song made in renoise, im still getting used to it after moving from reason 4. Its not 100% finished but its basically there.
    Just after some feedback on the production etc.

    the quality is a little dodgy cause i had to record the out of the computer into my sampler input and then record the song onto the sampler before again recording it into my iriver, all because im yet to buy the full version of renoise.

    thanks guys

    ps. go easy, im only 18

    http://soundcloud.com/labrat/mute-5
     
  2. msmith222

    msmith222 redbeard

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    i'm not quite sure what you are going for here, so my comments may be off a bit. as an atmos/minimal track, it has some traction. for me, the drums need more layers, and the snare needs work. i also found the flute-type noise very repetitive, i thought that melody could have been expanded to some new sequences throughout the track.

    overall, definitely headed in the right direction.
     
  3. Lucidproduction

    Lucidproduction i aint fraid of no ghosts

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    hmm ive never heard of renoise :eek: *noobs out*


    i like it man. this bass would be deep on a loud system...
    good idea. good structure..


    intro seems to take a while to build up. try some more sound effects maybe ..
    and have you experimented with reverb on some background drums yet? it makes alot more atmostphere.

    overall good work i like it bruv!!
     
  4. Labrat

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    thanks guys
    Ive been looking for some snares for ages. any (free) recomendations?
    Ill take what you guys have said and try use the ideas in newer songs. It deffinatly is too repetitive.
     
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    Very nice, builds up nicely. Good work with the organic sounds and the unique drum patterns. Keep it up!
     
  6. Labrat

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    thanks man