NEW JUMP UP TRACK!

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by 1-type, Oct 20, 2008.

  1. 1-type

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    Fratanize Keepin the jungle alive

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    eazy mate.
    fairly unassuming intro. casual.
    dropped. bass is fairly uninspiring mate. did you use a keyboard? sounds like you did.
    its fairly repetative too. i would take the highs out of that bass and intersperce some deep whomp sounds amongst the bassline. add some crack to the snare. and some fills to vary the drums.
    peace
     
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    i programmed it, aint got a keyboard, thanks 4 the feedbk. mite try adding sum whomps in there, peace.
     
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    not a bad basis for a tune, could be a banger!

    maybe throw a sample in the intro to spice it up and change up the beats and bass a bit imo but a good effort mate big up!
     
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    Safe , thanks 4 the feedbk, will try a little sample, peace
     
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    feelin this 4 sure - real cheeky when it drops! does get a bit repetertive but it'll be sweet 4 mixin, what u use 2 make it? id fuckin luv 2 remix it man! P.M me, sweet
    Daz
     
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    Reason 3, made b'lines in subtractor, P.M?