LETS GO (dnb/dark)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by JungleFever, Dec 16, 2012.

  1. JungleFever

    JungleFever Member

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    My mate made this and wanted some feedback, I really like this one..(y)
     
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    weighty!

    I like the progression in the bass, keeps it interesting.
    The ambient effects sit nicely in the mix too.

    I think it needs a little love on the final mix down though, the bassline is clouding the drums a bit for me. they feel a bit quiet.
    otherwise, great work!
     
  3. JungleFever

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    nice one bruvaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
     
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    The tane New Member

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    Goddamn, that bass is tasty. Loving that. In terms of style I can't say much, this isn't quite my specific taste. I like a little more chaotic drums. The effects are mixed really well. The snare could cut more, maybe a bit more mids. Anyhow, tell your homie good job. Awesome track.
     
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    this sounds deadly. especially those noises that come in before the 30s mark. they sound awesome.. so much going on in this track
     
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    Nydus All in the sig.

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    Yeah the kick & clap get lost in the mix in areas, not bad though.
     
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    pretty dark tune

    i think it would have been better just to have the sub and the beat on the last phrase of the drop as the midrange bass got a bit repetitive at that point for me

    other than that i like it