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Like the bass sound man. I like that arpy lead that comes in during the breakdown, would be cool if that was a bit more up front after the second drop.
 

RUSSLA

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man that drop is fucking huge!! personally id have some more hats going on but other than that its a big tune! Love the breakdown too, so clean!
 

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not sure what to say as i dont really like that style - but i love the production . Professional business and ting innit.
seriously nice sounds m8
 

Mr Fletch

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Cheers for the comment mate, I appreciate it isnt to everyones tastes, but thanks for taking the time to comment on the production side of things
 

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nice dirty bass n great rythm, mixdown is a bit wonky, i think because u have sum big rezzy spikes in ur sounds around 300 and 5-700hz, a guess, but get those out n u shuld b able to tweek the mixdown just right
 

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#17
soundin cool man
not biggest fan of dubstep
but the bass has a nice tone an the mixdown sounds good on my end
not really much else i can say?
good work
 

Mr Fletch

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#18
Cheers fella's, appreciate the comments.

@Marlok. I've had alot of criticisms on the mixdown, definately sounds ok your end yeh? cos it sounds ok this end too????
 

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yea man does sound fine maybe bit of work needed on the low end more sub or sumfin
but i dont have monitors so that may be why?lol
 
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Ez Mr Fletch,

Just had a listen...intro is awesome but i was expecting more after the drop. Impact from your drums is taken away after the drop (i think) because you have used them in the intro. Personally I would look at maybe reworking those intro drums into a different break and maybe drop down the note velocity so you have a little bit more impact left for after the drop? I think i would bring the arp volume up a bit too after the second drop seems a little lost in the mix. I would put some more kick and drum fills in as well maybe at the end of each 4 bar section for me this would add lot more energy to the track.

Good work though on the production and an interesting style break beat/halftime feel to it Cool stuff :)
 
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