New Liquid DnB Track by Credit!

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Credit, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. Credit

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    well, to me it seems you either eq'ed the bass into oblivion, or just didnt add one? I have close to no idea what im doing with eq, but just from listening I know that the bass should be your primary focus, other than that, solid track!
     
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    miszt BASSFACE Royale

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    nice piano, vocals and arps, the drum and bass elements arent leveled right at all, need to redo your mixdown
     
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    I second their opinion.
    I like the composition part.
    But when the drop hits, you can't hear any low end.
     
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    Ye sounding good, just total lack of bass:) this is drum n bass u know, not drum and .. nothing?
     
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    Okey but it still has not enough bass, u need more sub, needs a bass sine
     
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    Yo m8! well done,
    but i confirm...more sub!

    and a better mixdown,
    main synth must have more midrange...

    search for indivision tutorials on youtube (one is about the mastering)
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