New Tune Called Home Sweet Home (Darkish/Deepish)

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  1. thomfletcher

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    Ive got a new tune up on myspace called home sweet home. I dont know what subgenre it will classed as, its quite dark. I will be thankful for any feedback, coments and advice.
    Cheers.

    http://www.myspace.com/thomfletcher
     
  2. Barnzee

    Barnzee OmniaInNumerisSitaSunt

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    It sounds like an intro to me, im no expert but it doesnt really seem to progress if you get me... I like the noise that sounds like an elephant though, pretty tight.:slick:
     
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    Yeah its nowhere near done mate havent even got to the break down yet but i thought id post it up here and get some feedback. Cheers for the comment mate (y)
    nice one.
     
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    Fratanize Keepin the jungle alive

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    Good start to a tune mate. Think the disco hits make it sound less dark. Still could drop into some thing fierce. Keep it up mate.
     
  6. thomfletcher

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    Yeah i know that disco hit doesnt really work does it, ahh well its all about experimenting isnt it? Trial and error. Glad your liking it though, watch out for a new improved version come soon. Ive replaced the disco hit with a darker more cinematic hit. It should be soon.
    Cheers for the feedback and advice (y)
     
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    A newer version is now up on myspace without the disco hits lol. Please give feedback and advice.
    Cheers.
     
  8. vickvega

    vickvega Mr. Blonde

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    idea is good-tune is pretty basic though
    add some fills to the drum line man - ican see this turning into a nice runnin beat
    like the stabs, throw a bit of a delay on em and they should fit in nicely
    cant hear much bass so not sure wot the intention is there but
    work on this for a bit man could be a banger
     
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    Cheers for the advice mate. Ive added a bit of delay on the stabs and it helps, ive also turned up the bass. When you said add some fills (are they drum rolls? just to make sure) do you reckon i should use sampled ones or make my own? or maybe put the drum sounds im using over sampled ones? Just ive never used them before. Cheers again for the advice (y)
     
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    vickvega Mr. Blonde

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    by fills i mean additives to your beat-wot ever they may be ie
    hat hits - rides-samples-wot ever fits-just make sure not to over do it as you dont want to comprimise your original drums
     
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    vickvega Mr. Blonde

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    or clog your sound with to much noise
     
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    I get you now. So you reckon the beat needs more, ill work on it (y)
     
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    SoulShaker Synth

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    Oi man keep at it they have alot of potential REALY.. so keep going but remember you can always refine.