Lasbike - Compromise

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Lasbike, Sep 5, 2010.

  1. Lasbike

    Lasbike Member

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    Hi there :)

    I've made this track last week and i wonder what you think about it, and also if you can share some tricks and tips.

    Thank you. :)

    Here is the link : http://soundcloud.com/lasbike/compromise
     
  2. luciduk

    luciduk Active Member

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    nice melody mate! drums could do with being sharper imo, theyr not too solid at the moment particuly the snare. i would turn ur hi hats up as well. umm and maybe that lead synth that hits every 16th could do with filtering to fade it in and out or something, seems very persistant. Think it would be a good tune if the drums were a bit stronger
     
  3. spyda-cutz

    spyda-cutz New Member

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    drums a bit week could do with fattening up, also quite repeatative so could work on arrangment maybe..jus my opinion though..take it eazy pal
     
  4. Lasbike

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    Thanks guys, as usual :)

    Any other advices :) ?
     
  5. ARTFX

    ARTFX www.artfx-studios.com

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    Yeah the drums need a lot of more work and effort.
    The buildup is pretty cool, maybe add some crash cymbal hit or something on the first bar from the drop to give it some more depth.
    Try more effects such as reverb, delay, lowpass, highpass and bandpass but use them very subtle, then modulate and automate the settings of the FX's to give it more feeling and movement.
    That'll give your track a bit more 'flow', but after all, it's already pretty good, except for the drum sounds.