New producer looking for feedback!

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by duppymanDnB, Jun 22, 2010.

  1. duppymanDnB

    duppymanDnB New Member

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    Hey guys! I'm new to producing (got reason 4 about 2 weeks ago) and I'm havin a great time makin tracks n such but am now looking for serious feedback to see what's good (or bad) with my stuff!! my latest track can been heard on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIhKiKQZZwo

    Just check out my channel if you're interested in my other tracks. I got lots on the go, like I said I'm very new to this. Thanks!
     
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    Youtube quality sucks, but i think that the tune on your pc (with nice quality) is sick, i like it very much. for having reason 2 weeks? awesome job.
    1 thing does your bass always sound that loud or is it just youtube? that's the minor for me, the bassline could lower a bit in volume imo. but i like it very much!
     
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    CH3SH CH3SH - Naphalm Audio

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    There sounds like a small click at the end of the main sample (waah waah waaah, deh deh deh de deh click) easily sorted with a little editing
    Sounds alright to me,
    Not listening through me mackies though lol
    Id recommend using and uploading to soundcloud due to lack of lossyness and the usage of .wav
     
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    Thanks a lot guys for your response! Seems I really need to work on mastering, which I knew but I openly admit to struggling with it. I don't understand that side of things quite yet. For instance when I turn the bass down, by volume or drive, it sounds too friendly, kind of in the background. When I turn it up it takes over. I was equalizing it so it would be mad bassy but noticed it would drown out the bass drum so I bypassed the equalizer and kept it as it. I guess I need to find some quality mastering tutorials to give my tunes that finished feel. Thanks again for the input and I'm honored you guys enjoyed my stuff!
     
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    CH3SH CH3SH - Naphalm Audio

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    Heres a big tip,
    Give everything a frequency range,
    Mainly to ear though
    Due to the fact that the ear dosent necesarily pick up frequencies as much as a spectral analyzer will show
    This gives lots of room for other sounds to be heard =]
     
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    very nice, bit repetitive but, but don't mind it you'll find your way, I'm also repetitive but i try and i try. eventually you'll work it out,