My First Track

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Benny.C., Feb 5, 2009.

  1. Benny.C.

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  2. BOS

    BOS What Darkness Hides

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    Sik mate,
    No guidelines no restrictions just shooting them all down like that,
     
  3. Benny.C.

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    Cool cheers mate glad you like my first effort!!! i just been listenen to your join me track pretty cool i like the groove of it made me sway
     
  4. krease

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    not bad for first tune fella! maybe a bit long tho...

    big ups
     
  5. Benny.C.

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    Yeah thats what i though but i not happy wiv arrangment just put up as is to get sum feedback. Peace Benny.C
     
  6. Dan M

    Dan M hard gay northern bear

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    check your reverb inbox..... av commented in there mate
     
  7. disciple

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    oh yeh! likin this one.
    u sure this ur first go mate? big choon
     
  8. sati

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    dood this is dope, you just gotta work on your production skills a bit:

    try not limiting/compressing over your whole mix as much or at all (sounds squashed)

    look at beefing up your snare and kick for sure
    (search on making drums punch, drum layering, using a drum BUS, sidechain compression, layering snares/kicks, etc.)

    it's sounding a bit sweet, may be the rides show it the most

    go E-Z on eqing, get some studio monitors people suggest mackie HR824's for dnb --

    beef up the sub-bass and make sure it's mono

    P.S. you don't want your tune to be more than 6 minutes and a few seconds --
     
  9. Benny.C.

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    Cool cheers for advice mate will ave a look at when get 5mins yeah i know i def need monitors i running a pair of kef's at the moment an they sound really warm an cant get feed back on what really sounds like but havent got much cash at the moment so aving to make do wiv what i got!!!!
     
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    Nace track, heavy! could be with abit of eq'ing tho
     
  11. crossfader

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    i dunno if you are aware of sidechaining but you can make drum hits sound clearer by compressing other sounds when drum hits triggered

    other than that tune sounds fine
    nice one for the first attempt :)