Minerva (Dark & Deep)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by equilibrium, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. equilibrium

    equilibrium Member

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    Please critique this.
    Does the kick need to be louder? How do the synths sound? Too much reverb on the synths? Where should this song go/what is it missing?
    Also, it is a demo.
     
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    Sounds nice all the sounds you've got in there man. Its a good start for a track but it gets a bit boring after a while so you could use with a little bit more spice, some percussions here and there, filtered noise sweeps, perhaps some breaks in the drums.

    In other words something that makes your track sound like your track, if u know what I mean! But its a good ground for building something on :)
     
  3. equilibrium

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    Thanks - Definitely well said - I feel you.

    Might take another session on this tomorrow... see where it goes.
     
  4. Mr Fletch

    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    For this style of dnb I'd say your kick actually needs to be a little quieter. Bass sounds are nice, but to me they sound a little wild, they need to be tamed a bit, maybe less opening of the filter on the lfo, and less reverb. To me this style really is a case of "Less is more"
     
  5. equilibrium

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    Duly noted. Thanks, for sure.
     
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    really great track! like above gets a little dull.
     
  7. equilibrium

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    Thank you. Yea, definitely.