New Dubstep track, Feedback needed please :)

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    is it a private track? cuz that link wont work for me & soundcloud said it may be cuz its a private track...
     
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    normally not beacause some one else without a soundcloud listened already to it :)
     
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    hmm shit it is indeed.. wrong settings.. how do you turn it off lol :p
     
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    i'll upload it again now
     
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    ok, i can listen to it now.

    the bass is all right. im new to producing dubstep so i could be wrong about this...but the bass seems too timid. it would sound better with some more distortion.
    and maybe switch up the LFO for some parts to be at like 1 beat, and another part at 4 beats...i dont know if that makes sense, im not sure how to explain what im saying exactly. but the LFO on the bassline sounds like its at a consistent '2 beats' wobble.
    i like the drums though, and all the sound fx thrown in(the gunshot as a snare & the slicing noises).
     
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    bass definately needs more dirtiness to it, more grit. Try throwing some distortion on it, followed by some slight overdrive. Also what they guy above me said, change the lfo tempo every now and then to keep the listener interested.
     
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    i'll definately give that a try,
    tnx mate
     
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    gonna try to upload it before friday, beacause i leave for snowboarding so i don't have a pc there. but we'll see..