Kronix - Moonlit Waters (Liquidy roller)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Mr Fletch, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. Mr Fletch

    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    This track kinda put itself together within a couple of hours, it was one of those moments where everything just fell into place!

    Now dont get too excited, it's nothing groundbreaking.....but it is a nice little liquid roller. I understand I need to add a little variation to it, which I will get round to at the weekend, but for now, I thought I'd throw it on here for some well needed feedback (and here's hoping I get a little more of that than I have on my last couple of tracks)

     
  2. parsons19

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    Rather liked that my friend! Was only listening on laptop speakers (the actual laptop ones, not plugged into anything) but it still sounded good to me :) I did kinda find it a bit repetitive though. In all honesty though when isn't dnb and dubstep repetitive!? :lol:

    Had a kinda trancey vibe to it, hope your not a trance hater now! haha
     
  3. Hey!Zeus

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    Really enjoyed this
     
  4. underspawn

    underspawn Headz Roll

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    Good job on this one, as i said in the comment i always preferred ur more melodic stuff. However i agree with Jordan, it gets kinda repetative after a while. Maybe a switch in the drums, or some crazier modulations on the bass in the 2nd part would work well
     
  5. ApeCat

    ApeCat Human Dubplate

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    In all brutal honesty I have to admit I hated the pianos.. Might just be my headphones boosting random freq's [they do that sometimes..] but they sound really plastic to me and seem to lack a "human touch" if you catch my drift.
     
  6. Mr Fletch

    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    Cheers guys, appreciate it.

    Like I said, it all fell together in a couple of hours. I'm gonna go back at the weekend and tidy things up, add variation, toy with the piano sounds a little more
     
  7. parsons19

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    Oh shit sorry man! I didn't actually read your post, just posted in here cause I listened on soundcloud previously :)

    Just noticed you already said you needed to add variation. Let us know when its done :D
     
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    ApeCat Human Dubplate

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    Yeah, get on those pianos and humanize them a bit, mess up the second part a bit more, add some incidentals.. You've got yourself a tune mate.

    Just a quick though; the pads like, they go pretty straight forward 1 - 2 - 3 - 4, I'd break like every 7th or something up a bit, add a bit of an unexpected element to it and maybe follow it through with the drums, bass, other elements.. You know?