Drum & Bass Liquid drum&bass track from Mylow

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Mylow, Apr 20, 2013.

  1. Mylow

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    MisterApe 8bit junkie

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    Maybe try switching things a bit up with extra hats or a shaker and such at certain segments, starts feeling a bit monotonous after a while. (to me atleast!)
     
  3. Mylow

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    true thanks, ill switch something with the hi hats more
     
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    I agree, it needs more variation and a bit more structure, you don't really work up to a drop it just kinda happens - I'd use some risers and some extra drums to get there. Also think your drums are kinda quiet, even for liquid. Hope that helps! :)
     
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    Thanks for the advice! I turned the drums all the way up now and I'm more adding more variation. I have a sound effect in there that is acting like a riser with the pad

    and its in 32 bar layouts( 32 intro, 64 then into 32 break, then back into 64 (then finish))
     
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    I think you should get more attantion to post production. I think you should give more attention to post production. Try to change volume of kick and snare. You can make for example two audio tracks with same instrument and set pan -50L, -50R and add delay on left 0.03 it's make it more air.