new techy tune fluctuate

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  1. Labrat

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    Neomind Too many skulls!">:O

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    don't really know what it has but actually made me move my head ;)
     
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    Osime Official Japanese Student

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    Whether you were lazy with it or not, solid bassline and breaks. All I'd have to say is bring the drums up a bit in the mix to make the higher synth attack a little less obvious when they come in.
     
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    yeah thanks man, i gotta get some real monitors so i get a better idea of the sound my logitech speakers dont cut it anymore
     
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    Osime Official Japanese Student

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    Monitors, another thing I need personally. I'm struggling for cash right now like everybody else.
     
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    haha too true
     
  7. msmith222

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    imo, you could drop the intro drum loop and just start at the pad. i found that loop boring, but this is SILLY after it gets rolling. i think the mix isn't too bad, i agree with the other advice in this (drums up), but it's good.
     
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    Nice one. The change up at 2:15 with the new break and a few sounds coming in happens at just the right time. Only on my lappy now, but I'll be back for another listen later on some good headphones.
     
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    logitechs are v decent for the price to be fair ! they make a nice compressed sound. yeah this track sounds sweet man... bassline is really wicked kinda nuschool bass, what u using to make that sound??
     
  10. Zeal

    Zeal Ohm/C2D/Dark Asylum/Ennex

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    The tune is FAR tooo quiet

    From what i can hear it isnt too bad, bassline isnt bad

    Sounds like you have gone for a neuro bassline but gone for a more minimal drums, im wondering if some ncie upfront drums would suite it better

    Not bad though, but it needs to be a million times louder
     
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    thanks guys, yeah i use Albino and kontact for my basses

    Zeal how would i go about making it louder? when i mix down i bring all my faders down and never touch the master, i make sure it never goes over 0db. i always thought i was part of the mastering which brought tracks out to be loud??
     
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    djmotiondnb AKA Tactician

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    this is coool man.. I dont produce so I cant talk to you in a technical way but its a tune I would definately throw in a mix!
     
  13. Zeal

    Zeal Ohm/C2D/Dark Asylum/Ennex

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    You can still put some eq and compression maybe even limiter on the master output to help beef the area that need it and the overall track itself
    was just really quiet thats all not that hard to fix bro ;)
     
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    will give it a try on my next tune for sure, thanks man