Neurfunk or Jump up, im not sure but i like it

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  1. Sid Fidla James

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    Sid Fidla James - Pop it - Jump-up/Neuo - Updated!

    Sid Fidla James - Pop it - Neuro/Jump-up

    First off, hi to everyone here on DnB Forum.
    This is my first post, and thought it might as well be a tune.

    This is still a WIP, but not far from finished. Just as a note on that. The breaks or bridges, whichever you prefer to call them are 'placeholders' at the moment. Now its been mixed down to audio, and i got some CPU space again im planning on writting a completeley different part there, so although all comments are appreciated, comments about that area are a bit wasted. And yes the sub is a tad loud atm. But cheers in advance, i dont want to sound arogant later is all.
    I think the tune is jump-up, been told by a wiser mind that it's more like neurofunk. You can decide for yourself. Either way hope you enjoy and welcome any feedback.

    http://soundcloud.com/sfjgts/pop-it-updated
     
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  2. MARKLAR

    MARKLAR International Tracksuit Salesman

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    welcome mate
    tune sounds more jump uppy to me mate
    some really cool ideas there aswell jumpy needs to be polished up quite a bit an the drums need some more punch i recon
     
  3. luciduk

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    sounds like a decent tune man but the drums could be harder!
     
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    theres something fresh about this tune. improving the noises within, but the song, the flow, i dig it.
     
  5. Busdriver

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    Nice one,

    need more bass and more low med.
    When you use old patterns (hats) you need to layer them to get more punch.
    My opinion

    keep going
     
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    Hey thanks all for the good feedback. Makes me feel warmly welcomed. :)
    Now the week has begun again I'm planning on getting back at it to sort out some of the problems. Try n make it a monster! lol

    Cheers loads folks
     
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    Neomind Too many skulls!">:O

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    welcome to the forum Sid =) see I already had you in my sig hahaha
     
  8. Sid Fidla James

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    @ Neomind.
    lol. hey amigo.
    I feel honourd to have myself quoted on your sig. lol
     
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    ARTFX www.artfx-studios.com

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    Sounds pretty sick, work on the bass a bit more, the low-end needs a little work.
    The drums can be a little crispy or punchy.
     
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    Neomind Too many skulls!">:O

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    I agree, needs less limiting/compressing on these drums.
    All in all good tune :)
     
  11. Sid Fidla James

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    Updated the tune a little in line with feedback.
    Hope you like the changes.
    Link is at the top
     
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    ARTFX www.artfx-studios.com

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    Okay the drums are better, but the snare still isn't that powerfull. It's mostly high frequencies, so try layering that snare with something more lower, to create a little more body in the snare.
    Then I still think the bass needs some work, beef up that subbass because there isn't that much bass at all.