Juxly - We're Going Home (dnb)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Juxly, Dec 30, 2010.

  1. Juxly

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    got some good noises for starting up, but you will want to move your bpm up to 170-175 for dnb. keep at it man, you've made some cool sounds here.

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    ha! is that richmond, va? if it is, you are just down the road from me! most of these guys are half the earth away...
     
  3. Juxly

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    what would you classify it as? and cool thanks, ill take that in consideration when making new stuffs.

    but yep good ole richmond. dnb isn't very big here. its more about DUUBSTEEP WOMP WOMP. but whatever i have a good time here

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    also, i enjoy your music
     
  4. luciduk

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    this tune is more like dubstep than dnb mate!!
     
  5. Juxly

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    you think? just because of the tempo? is that all that sets them apart?

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    mainly tempo yeah,

    house 130-140
    dubstep - 140
    dnb - 170
    jungle - 160
    hiphop - 80-100


    give or take. also more obviously genre is categorized by other aspects like drum patterns and bass sounds, BUT it cannot be of a genre on the strength of sounds alone it MUST be in the correct tempo to be considered of a genre. Something cannot be drum and bass if it is not over 160bpm, fact
     
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    neat, didn't know all of that.

    i guess i just like to make music at my own speed.
     
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    i used to be the same man, just hav fun really, i remember when i first started i was making a tune at like 140bpm and i thought it was dnb... but i got told it was moar like garage lol

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    btw man, all that is majorly my opinion ive formed but im sure other people would have a different opinion.. that is my rough guide to tempos lol