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Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Barnzee, Feb 14, 2008.

  1. Barnzee

    Barnzee OmniaInNumerisSitaSunt

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    Firstly, here is a new tune. Been away and worked out on this for a bit, hopefully it is better than my 'marilyn manson' soundalike:(

    www.myspace.com/drumandbarnzee

    Also, a question? what are ghost snares and how are they used, im a severe noob, and this question is probably pretty basic, but i've heard it mentioned and am just curious. Cheers:)
     
  2. shadowdemon1990

    shadowdemon1990 Original Nuttah

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  3. Barnzee

    Barnzee OmniaInNumerisSitaSunt

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    cheers amigo:)
     
  4. vickvega

    vickvega Mr. Blonde

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    overall the sound is kinda quiet
    the bass pattern has good movement but lacking in sub quality-by that i mean the louder it goes the more distorted it gets
    drums are clean but not loud enough-could use a bit of filler to even out the tune
    some atmos or fx
    just mi humble opinion though dog
    take it for wot its worth
     
  5. Fratanize

    Fratanize Keepin the jungle alive

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    Hello mate.
    I think its good that you know what kind of tunes you are wanting to make. Sometimes the uncomplicated bassy rollers are harder to make than complex jungle type choons. Simply cos, In your tune the bassline is the key feature to the tune. Unfortunatly, in your tune it is the weakest element. Simple basslines can be extremely effective, but do need to be very catchy. Drums are a lot better mate and your composition is better. NO MARILYN MANSON HERE MATE.
    Not gonna say it was fantastic mate, but better than your last. So keep going and im sure it wil come.
    Nothing worth doing comes easy.
    PEACE!
     
  6. dar kist

    dar kist KYRO

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    alright fella, try putting a sine wave 'sub bass' under ya bass line.

    tunes are sounding better dude
     
  7. Barnzee

    Barnzee OmniaInNumerisSitaSunt

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    Thanks guys, onwards ever backwards never :):builder:
     
  8. Greg P

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    Not bad, not bad...

    If you work more on effects and the atmosphere of the whole track, you won't need to mess around with all the different changes to the riff, meaning it'll be a more clean, memorable track - at the moment it sounds like you've had to put all those changes in the b-line to stop people getting bored... but like I say, not bad
     
  9. Barnzee

    Barnzee OmniaInNumerisSitaSunt

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    Cheers man, Im uploading another tune up on there now, hopefully better sounding :):gun: its more punchy and to the point, taking on board what you said. peace.