My first completed track

Discussion in 'Production' started by SAULdnb, Jun 4, 2011.

  1. SAULdnb

    SAULdnb New Member

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  2. StrifeII

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    The effect on the crash is really overdone, which takes away the liquidy vibe...which is just about fucking perfect as far as liquid goes.

    The mix doesn't quite sit right for me, it's all a bit blurry - and although you want a dreamy vibe, it's a bit too hazy if you ask me, get things cleared up slightly. Bass needs to be less muddy, and don't be afraid to bring things forward or backward in the mix. They might all sound right in your ears, but you need to stick with a rough "bass and obvious main sound" then "background sounds" format in any genre of music...putting them all in the same place just makes things confusing.

    This could be a seriously great tune, the instrumentation and arrangement work brilliantly, love the sort of bubbling, tense vibe under there, reminds me of ...it definitely needs a tweak though dude. Favourited. :)

    (also, weirdly, it reminds me of Steve Reich's "Different Trains" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYnAQ-lK74A )
     
  3. dbjungle

    dbjungle DJ Syklone

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    That's pretty hot for your first track! I agree about the mix, but it's a good track.