Drum & Bass how i knew - callum strange. new liquid drum and bass track

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Callumstrange, Aug 15, 2011.

  1. Callumstrange

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    sounds sick man, i reckon you could get a break on there with short hits to add a nice shuffle inbetween the snares?? if you know what i mean. wicked tune
     
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    That piano is very dry man, i would add tons of reverb on it, and maybe some delay. its a little simple and stiff but has potential.

    i made a track with the same name man lol using the same vocal check it if u want

     
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    cheers guys :) always nice to get other peoples opinions on my stuff.

    yeah i know what you mean about adding a break in i'll give it a go
    and thanks for the tip on the piano i'll try that :)
     
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    horace111 My name is Jago (HYQXYZ)

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    I like it man, good use of vocals although they might be a bit overpowered by the rest of the music. As said before by Fishy, maybe try adding some reverb and delay to the piano to add more atmosphere. But overall a nice and smooth production, gets me in a chill vacation mood even though it's horrible weather out here ;D
     
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    Thanks alot man that's nice to hear :) yeah I'm gunna have a go at beefing the vocals up a bit when I next get a chance.