Modiefied Motion & Faction - Magic Man- Evasion Remix// Feedback needed!!!

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  1. prettyherb

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    Yeepz, just finished some ideas to make the remix, Not sure about that second bassline sound. What do you guys think? About the concept, beat, sounds, ect..

    Let me know :)

     
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    the idea is really good man but bass is lacking need more sub in there! imo
     
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    can't comment on the bass (on headphones) but the build up and drop sounds good. i like the idea of the second bassline, but the sound needs more. sounds nice though, good variety.
     
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    Have got some troubles with the sub there. It's playing at -10 yet, i gave it distortion and compression but still it doesn't sound wide enough...
     
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    Anyone else who can give mee some feedback on this one???
     
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    Snare is far too weak mate. Get some 200hz boost in there. Actually, I'd layer a stronger one under it. Loving the intro!
     
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    I think the subbass is centred around what? B? That's 62.something hz and quite high for a one note sub bass imo. You can't drop it an octave cos it will be too low, so maybe transpose it down? Just an idea.
    Didn't really like the distortion on the sub. What do you mean by 'wide enough'? by the way.
    The intro sounds good.
     
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    By wide enough, i ment that's it's playing too high so i can't get any strong sound of it. But when i lower one octave like you say, than it will be C3, it's way to low.
    I'm playing it at C4 now
    What do you mean by transpose it down?? Or how can i make it playing on a lower hz???

    grtz

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    Tnx man. I'm on that snare :)
     
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    The Orchestra is in the key of G (if I'm not mistaken) so transpose all of the bassline/pad notes down to G in whatever octave they are in and then transpose the sub notes down to G3.

    Simples.

    Also, dont distort the sub... or compress it either. It'll fuck it up in the mixdown
     
  10. subprime

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    Transpose just means move the notes up or down the keyboard but keep the same intervals (gaps) between them so you'll preserve the harmonic structure. Eg: if you slect all the notes in a midi clip and drag the lot up or down that's transposing, or if you pitch an audio clip up or down, that's also transposing. Simples
    The hz is just the value of the root frequency of the note being played, so just playing a note lower on the keyboard will do it.
     
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    But if i transpose all the notes of my subbass down it won't be in harmony anymore with the bass notes, isn't it??
     
  12. richie_stix

    richie_stix gomby plz

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    loving the first drop... but seems everyone has done the same thing, lol! (check bios tune) second bass is a definate no no... intro and beats are sweet too bruvva ;)
     
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    Think i'll have to change the 2nd one if i want to keep the same concept i think. But massive keeps crashing all day, really sucks, can't really get nice basses from other synths