JiNMeN - Planet: Demon

Discussion in 'New Talent and Track Reviews' started by dJINMEN, Dec 29, 2002.

  1. dJINMEN

    dJINMEN New Member

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  2. sdm

    sdm This is Dog Fort

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    YEAA!!

    Gotta love that bassline :slayer:

    One thing I would say though! Make the drop stand out more, like some quietness or a phat snare/kick buildup. Other than that, DOPE!
     
  3. M-Code

    M-Code Hubbidy Hibbedy

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    Pretty heavy tune you got there. Very Dillinja sounding.

    I've only got one comment.....the bass is a bit too hot, it makes alot of the tune sound distorted, especially where the bass and snare play together. Try cutting the bass at the snares main frequency. That may or may not work:crazy:
     
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    Very very well produced in all. The sound is very Dillinja-esque (maybe to a fault, but let's face it, Dillinja's style makes up most of the sounds in drum and bass) and would likely be effective on the dancefloor, which brings me to my only cricism - nothing happens in the tune: it is a little boring for my taste. No changeups or whathaveyou, and the main riff and bassline is very repetitive. Again, tho, props on the production. What are you using?