LowRider Resin (clip)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by CJThomson, Mar 9, 2012.

  1. CJThomson

    CJThomson Member

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    New tune, work in progress.

    http://soundcloud.com/cjthomson/low-rider-resin-clip

    thoughts? Feedback please

    Don't know how the lows are sounding cause i'm writing and mixing on shitty logics headphones that only go down to about 150hz!!!

    please test on your subs for me
     
  2. Balthazaar

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    Not bad do i hear some goats in the beginning or it is my imagination??lol
     
  3. paracyte

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    hi,

    need more sub mate. some variation in bass would be lovely to.
    Nice dark vibe.
    keep up the work
    cheers.
     
  4. CJThomson

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    Do you think just boost the low end of the entire track or actually work a dedicated sine ting in there.
    cause i think there are a lot of low frequencies in the main bass that might not be pushing through enough????
     
  5. Lucider

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    That's hard to say...check the specs on your headphones, even the crappiest will at least hit 80Hz. Though you really need something that can at least give you an idea of what's happening at 40Hz.

    It's important to remember that bass has a very different presence on headphones than on a real system. It won't be physical on headphones but they should still give you an idea of the overall balance.

    Experiment with the sine wave - it's best if you can link it in the same synth that has the mid-lowness so that there's not any phase distortion between them, but it's not really that big of a deal.

    - J.P.

    ---------- Post added at 12:44 ---------- Previous post was at 12:43 ----------

    Oh, and don't boost the low end of the entire track. You may not notice how bad this sounds on headphones (it will probably sound good...) but on real speakers it's terrible. I mean, +1dB may be OK...