new track called apocalypse (dnb)

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  1. MARKLAR

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    come on! some feedback would be good!
     
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    not bad m8 :mr_cool: keep it up :)
     
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    cheers mate!
     
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    bloody good m8
    keep it up
    wel dun :applause:
     
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    cheers man!
     
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    Don't stop producing. There's good stuff in there.

    I'm not digging the cheesy pads in most of your songs. Some of the best dnb tracks have a pad so quiet its just ambient noise or no pad at all. Pads are awesome but easily over used, just like raspberry liqueur. You'll get a lot more out of them if you quiet them down, I think.

    Cheers,
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    cheers mate ill try lowerin da volume on da pads.
    i hapen to like the cheesy pads tho lol!
     
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    APOCALYPSE: Intro works well as halftime, The pads do need lowering, the drums need proper beefing up when the bongo loop isnt there, but i do like it when the bongos come in. A few effects/noises on the intro/second breakdown would add a bit of character to it as well. Good ideas tho.

    HAPPY: Drums are really weak and are far too quiet, Bass is good fun tho and catchy, there is a bit of a cutting issue on the three downward warps tho. Love that effect before the drops. Good variation on second drop as well, sort those drums and it could be hot!

    MINDSPLITTER: Dont really like the phased break on the intro, drums are an issue again, they need to be punchy an loud, but bass is wicked, i really like that!

    COLLISION: Like the intro, really original. Drums again need 'ooomph' The drums could be re-worked really well to that DUM DUM DUM DUM bass with a K--K/snare pattern.
    Bass is pretty sick as well.
     
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    cheers for the feedback.
    there is a fair bit that needs doin to em but i fort id get other ppls opinions first.
    cheers!
     
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    love the drums on the intro, keep'em coming
     
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    cheers mate
     
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    listenin to apocalypse now...........ok....ur intro synth is abit weak.....eq the low end abit more,i know the reason u have done it....so it gives the main reese abit more oomph,but it shouldnt effect it really.the intro drums sound good....may b copy that half time break and add a little reverb on it but not to much otherwise u will muddy up the whole mix.k im at the drop.yer soundin good...the beats do need beefing up.what u want to do is get an analyser and set ur kick so its hitting at about 100Hz and not exceeding 10db and also with ur snare/snares make sure they are hitting at about 200Hz.the bongos IMO need turning down a little bit.but u defo got talent man....keep it up bro (y)
     
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    cheers for the feedback man.
    good advice too!
     
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    it doesn(t work here :(
     
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    the link or my myspace?
     
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    if it dont work ill upload it soon