linkZ - Rise of the Shaman (Clip)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Taavi Kukk, Jul 5, 2012.

  1. Taavi Kukk

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    ARTFX www.artfx-studios.com

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    Woooww what a great snare! Loving the drum work on this mate and good job on implementing the throat singing in here. Would love to see how this progresses into a final tune!
     
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    Liking the mood reminds me of leftfield but heavier
     
  4. Taavi Kukk

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    cheers, good ideas are welcome!
     
  5. Nucleoid

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    lol I have the same sample pack haha ^^
    nice track anyway, clean as always :)
     
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    Cool concept! But i think the snare loses some power by giving it that reeverb. Maybe try switching each time, snare with less reeverb- snare more reeverb. Or layer some clap on it sometimes...

    That guy gargling is very nice input... Nice one :) Also that background sound at 0;46 kickin in, nice one again :)
     
  7. EvezDroppin

    EvezDroppin how to change name,......

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    love that, heavy sub bass too!
     
  8. Taavi Kukk

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    worked out that snare-verb energy loss already :)
     
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    Cool deep tune, mate! I'm feeling that adding some percussion to the break could make it a bit more interesting though.
    The clap-on-the-snare-sometimes idea is wicked also!