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Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Phat_Sam, Sep 11, 2010.

  1. Phat_Sam

    Phat_Sam Well-Known Member

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    jimjimjim oldskool

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    sweet intro. also like the PHAT bass dude - sounds well produced to me- crisp!
     
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    thanks mate!

    No crit?
     
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    jimjimjim oldskool

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    well i dont like to crit on stuff that sounds better than mine lol
    but if you want - my olly crit is:
    It was a little bit repetative - the synth and the bass didnt change that much -maybe mess around with them - break em down and build em up more??
     
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    hha. thought you might say something like tht.

    thanks man. will bump when i have it all done.
     
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    ez mate, its seems a bit bass heavy... whether its ur sub too loud or ur synths need eq'n im not sure.. think its the sub a bit loud,,, also need more mids on the synths or just bring them up in volume. i cant tell just by listening to the whole track.
    got a strong kick and snare but the beat gets repetetive so does the bass.. overall not bad. needs some tweakin and then the tedious part of adding variation!
     
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    Scatcat It don't mean shit

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    i like it but the bass and drums could use a little more variation - bass: maybe a bit more power on the sub, and I dunno but try maybe like inverting it so as the distorted wobble rises the bass falls or something (not at all sure if this would work)

    Like the break down
     
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    Alright, I'll talk this one through while listening.
    Intro sounds cool, got a vibe to it that i am digging. Alright the bass rolled in. yeah i would re-do the mix, well i'm guessing you didn't want the drop to have a big impact. But, i would have dropped the drums out for a few bars though before the drop to make it a little bit more interesting, and to make me expect it.
    Now the drums, What i would do is, lower the bass a few db's and boost the drums, because they are really lacking. Rolls quite nicely, though. So now back to the drawing board, and re- do the mix and make slight variations, just to keep it more interesting, maybe some cuts, and edits.. and resampling to the high end synthline and stuff =)

    Anyway keep it up!
     
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    Nice one guys! Will bump when I have a chance to change it up.