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Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by funkmod, Nov 7, 2010.

  1. funkmod

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    snare is a lil to loud, compared to the kick anyway. in fact just bring the kick up a bit leave the snare. not to keen on the bassounds needs a bit of work , keep going with it man
     
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    cheers , i didnt actually notice now that you say that the kick was a bit lacking , and for the bass its a work in progress have been doing about 90% of it on shitty dj headphones unfortunately will add a bit of thickness and grit as it progresses ;)
     
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    Had a quick look through this and ur other stuff and it seems generally there is a lack of high frequency in ur tunes, as a result they sound a bit drowned, like underwater on my monitors.

    I like your ideas and the vibe/feeling you're bringing across and I'm sure with a bit of time ur gonna polish up good.

    Cheers
     
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    some good ideas thrown on the track...but i agree with the kick/snare issue, levels need 2 be adjusted there,
    n maybe bring the percussion out a lil, cuz it adds to the groove/rhythm, maybe a lil brightness?
    n also some drum fills at the end of a bar every now and then? keep it trippy n interesting...
     
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    Sounds pretty good, but as said it needs more in the high frequencies :)
     
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    gunna work on this again the majority of the day today thanks everyone for their advice ill post a link within 6-7 hours :)
    cheers
     
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    I can def tell your still learnin, and have much moar to do. but your on the right path 4 shure. Keep it up!