New Dubstep tune "Good Time" from The Nineties

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by DJ Labrynth, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. DJ Labrynth

    DJ Labrynth Reppin the 90's

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    intresting beat . i think if u worked on making the bass line dirtier ud have ur self a nice little bit.
     
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    DJ Labrynth Reppin the 90's

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    Thanks for the advice, I'll prolly open that up and try to spread some dirt on it and see how that goes. BIG up.
     
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    i think the drop needs more to it and TBH so does the drum beat, hats are a bit repetative, i like the bongos tho in there, bass needs phatening up.
     
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    that drop needs to be lifted about 500 feet or so and slammed to the ground like maybe pull out the percussion until the bass actually drops. n use some sfx's it helps with the drop and added inbetween sounds fills it out more n makes it all cool.
     
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    DJ Labrynth Reppin the 90's

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    That's good advice. I'll be putting up a new version soon, maybe tomorrow.
     
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    DJ Labrynth Reppin the 90's

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    Just checked your page, got some pretty rugged stuff in the player... I like "no name" best, the lfo/mod programming on that joint is on point. Some of the other stuff is a bit too abrasive for my ear, but well programmed. Stay up!
     
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    but i had apparently given him good advice.