Neurofunk dnb with a bit of rock influence, what do you think of it? cheers

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  1. Alien Exposure

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    Hey guys, i've been making this tune today and i was wondering if it sounds ok to you all at the moment. Its not finished (obviously) And what do you think about the intro? thanks :)
     
  2. Xynth

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    Nice intro imo, good mixing. I'm not 100% about those fills, but otherwise it's a nice choon.
     
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    Thanks pal, i appreciate it, but what do you mean the fills? Haha im terrible with some of the names for stuff, cheers
     
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    A drum fill is basically a transitional effect that brings variety to beats or loops. For instance your fills have extra kick and snare hits.
     
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    Aah, i thought that may have been what you meant but i wasn't sure, thanks for the input bro. :)
     
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    I don't understand the neuro??? I wouldn't be able to call it neuro but more electro with dnb drums?
     
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    Try adding some reverb/delay to that riff, might make it sound a bit more 'alive'. It might also benefit being an octave higher just to even out the frequency spectrum a little!