Minimal/Ambient dnb remix!

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by OddHarmonics, Sep 29, 2011.

  1. OddHarmonics

    OddHarmonics Member

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    Yoo...

    I've had the pleasure to remix a track by Danish artist Rumpistol, here's what i ended up with! have a listen...and also even though it's not drum and bass, check out Rumpistols work - very talented producer and sounddesigner!!



    feel free to leave a comment!

    peace,
    Mathias
     
  2. miszt

    miszt BASSFACE Royale

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    very nice! ur snare is a bit harsh in the top end, and i recon ur high-mid culd b a little strong on the bass...but awsome track, nicely put together, love the sounds and vibe, nice work!
     
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    That is that what I like on deep.
     
  4. OddHarmonics

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    Thanks for the feedback! Glad u like it....

    I see what you mean about the snare...could maybe be slightly softer on the hi end. Regarding the bass, it was actually a deliberate choice not to have more power on the mids, so to make it a bit less aggressive!

    Thank for listening!

    peace
     
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    RUSSLA DNBF Monarch

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    This is next level Matty!! good work bossly :)
     
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    Wow - it's just right. Can't believe the blending of tonal harmonies/melodies with crazy bass morph business.
     
  7. OddHarmonics

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    Cheers guys!!!! Many of the tonal/harmonic elements are guitars processed in different ways...reversed etc.
     
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    Can't really add anything more to whats said above, cool track man :)