Dubstep Modz - The Unknown - Re - edit - remastered

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by modz, Jul 16, 2013.

  1. modz

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    Hey guys, im back again with a track that I feel sounds and flows better.

    Enjoy :)
     
  2. kdk

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    Nice wubbing, nice melodic progression in the intro. One concern, though—dubstep has drops in it, right? I couldn't clearly make out where the drop was supposed to be. At about 1:50? It could maybe be a bit more defined (and what happened to the wubbing at this point?)...

    The wubbing comes back in at 3:00 or so, but that part feels like a buildup to a second (forthcoming?) drop. I guess the second drop would be at about 3:25?

    The pads are quite pleasant, and give a really great atmosphere. I like the feel of the drums, though maybe they could be a touch louder.

    Another breakdown at about 4:25. You bring in some vocals, and they're good but maybe could have been in the beginning of the track as well. Actually yes, I really like the vocals.

    I would concentrate on structure with this track; it tends to wander without a clear direction. There's a lot of great material, though, so it's likely just a task of cutting and pasting and rearranging. Finally, the mixing was clear, no mud or anything, so good work on that. :)
     
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    thank for leaving so much feedback. you have truly made my day :)

    I get what you mean around 1:50. The wobbing is there but not prominent as it should be.

    yeah around 4 - 4:25 I was going for a mini drop before the big drop. I'll work on my drops overall.

    Thank the mixing part is what I focused on the most :)
     
  4. Dark Lizardro

    Dark Lizardro The Lizard that has a hammer Staff Member

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    Hey man! You know, besides what kdk said, I'd work with some LFO speed too. Like you have it wobbling three times on one bar, then 6 times on the other (always working with triplets). I liked the House-thingy you made too!