Lookin for feedback

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by J.D. Gouda, Nov 24, 2010.

  1. J.D. Gouda

    J.D. Gouda New Member

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    Hey all

    New to this forum and fairly new to makin D&B, been producing house mainly for the last number of years. Made this remix for the Metric remix comp, but was hopin you guys could give me some feedback.




    Cheers
     
  2. dj cluster

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    Make dnb than house, is better!! :D However your sub need mooooore power, and I would EQ better kick... I would make the drop a little before 5 minutes, or song can appear repetitive... Your Rmx is cool but need a little bit of work on it ;)
     
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    i think ur sub isnt that bad..but u could maybe lay a low synth on top of the sub to give it more of a fuller sound.

    just make sure ur sub is not going too high in terms of freqs..if its going over 100hz just think is that going to conflict with ur kick etc?

    i like the original n i think the vocals are sick...good luck with the comp!
     
  4. J.D. Gouda

    J.D. Gouda New Member

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    Thanks for the feedback! Lookin forward to sharing more of my tunes here.
     
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    can't see much wrong with this, vocals fit well

    fat drums aswell!
     
  6. jonl

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    too many highs in the drums gives the white noize effect, piano too low. Bass is a bit low, vocal is nice.

    pz