KRSPY - scientific genius (FREE DOWNLOAD)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Krispy, Jul 24, 2012.

  1. Krispy

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    Hey new drum and bass track I recently completed, offering this as a free download if anyone wants it :)

    Feedback is appreciated of course

     
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    ARTFX www.artfx-studios.com

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    I think the sub could be a lot fatter, also I think the kick and snare are highpassed a little high... Loses it's punch imo.. Otherwise sound design is good on this one, nothing to say on that part of the track, loving the little wobbly bits.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback, I definitely agree with what you say.
    Any advice to make the sub fatter besides increasing the volume or eqing boost?
     
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    You can try compressing it and then bringing the volume back up, really helps tightening the bass. Also if you use Ozone.. Switch the EQ to Mid/Side mode and take out about 1 dB of the sub frequencies on the 'side', then on the 'mid' you add about 1 dB on the sub frequencies. This helps tightening the bass even more, the effect is really subtle, but does wonders for me sometimes.
     
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    nice thanks for the tips, will try that compression thing out for sure next time
    i don't have ozone but i might look into it!
     
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    Nice thanks for the tips, will try that compression thing out for sure next time.
    I don't have ozone but i might look into it! I've just been using massive for the sub usually..

    oops double post lol