New Dark DnB

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by 5IVE7EVEN9INE, Mar 20, 2010.

  1. 5IVE7EVEN9INE

    5IVE7EVEN9INE 14

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    Has A Longish Dark "Ambient" Intro. Then around 2 minutes, it kicks up to a fast paced Bassy Section till the end.

    Feedback on the main bass line section, the atmosphere etc. Cheers.


    http://soundcloud.com/579/morte
     
  2. Kibon

    Kibon Blaze It Down !

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    Hey man , I remember you .. you added me on soundcloud I'm sensimo..
    I really like the intro, nice atmosphere in it ! drop is really nice to but your drums sound a bit weak tbh, they need some extra layers.. are you using pre-recorded breaks or are you writing your own drums in a sequencer ?
    Bassline is pretty nice to but needs a little bit more variation and a few extra fx's to fill it up a bit more..
    You've got great potential for a 14 year old, keep up the good work man !
     
  3. 5IVE7EVEN9INE

    5IVE7EVEN9INE 14

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    Hey man thanks for the feedback. I slice up some beats with Fruity Slice, edit them within it, and maybe sometimes with Edison. Dont really know much more bout editing them. I just learned how to use fx and EQing, so bass isnt the best. I gotta dedicate more time in my songs and implement more variation. Thanks for advice cheers.
     
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    Kibon Blaze It Down !

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    if you want to I can hit you up with some great sample packs full of nice amen breaks and old school jungle break; just send me a pm if you want them.. working with the fruity slicer is a good start, but I prefer "sliceX" from FL 8 , it has a few better options:) and feel free to send me some demo's for some advice , always interested to hear some work from young talents..
     
  5. Mr Fletch

    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    I agree that slicex is the way forward when it comes to chopping shit up! I love FL and the stuff that is solely avaliable for it such as slicex and sytrus, really underestimated bits of kit if you ask me!
     
  6. 5IVE7EVEN9INE

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    wow, sliceX is like 80 bucks on the image line site. Ill just get it that one secret way which we do not talk about. :/