Hugh Hardie - Tearing Me Apart (feat. Kyan Kuatois)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by hughhardiemusic, Mar 7, 2013.

  1. hughhardiemusic

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    Just finished a new track, let me know what you crazy cats think:

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  2. djSing

    djSing Ill-usions

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    As I said on soundcloud, this is is an awesome track, I cant really find fault in it.

    You should try get it signed... or give it away as a free one ;)
     
  3. EvezDroppin

    EvezDroppin how to change name,......

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    agree, this is really nice man, mix is clean.

    i guess u dipped the velocity on the second kick?

    my only problem is at 1:07 it comes in too sudden, start to bring the build down a bit before the double bass..... bring in a high pass on the kick roll or something.... thats the only thing which strikes me as not sounding right

    mix is very clean :) well done
     
  4. subprime

    subprime Dysjoint

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    You sir know how to put together a tune. Is there a bit of a gap between the sub and lower mids that may not translate on all systems? not sure, I'm only listening on one of them ;)

    Really enjoy your music anyway
     
  5. hughhardiemusic

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    Nice feedbackz! yea I was having trouble figuring out how to change from the intro to double bass...you're right jack its a bit sudden, filtering the drums out earlier is a good idea.

    what do u mean about a gap between the subs and mid-lows subprime? (the sub is quite low, may not come through well on cheaper speakers)