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Dude, if you want to build up to 3 minutes 30 or something you need a MASSIVE drop. Needless to say I thought the structure was a bit crazy and the bass was on holiday.
Keep at it. The piece at 2:43 was quite nice. Bring it back to 1 min, maybe don't stretch the build-up so long and add a big sub or nasty bass on the drop. Vary the drums.
Just some thoughts.
 
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Dude, if you want to build up to 3 minutes 30 or something you need a MASSIVE drop. Needless to say I thought the structure was a bit crazy and the bass was on holiday.
Keep at it. The piece at 2:43 was quite nice. Bring it back to 1 min, maybe don't stretch the build-up so long and add a big sub or nasty bass on the drop. Vary the drums.
Just some thoughts.
nice 1 will do mate can you give some tips on the best layout of dnb track, how many bars to the first brake and all that
it will a big help mate
 

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I'm not saying there's a best layout for dnb. Far from it I enjoy variation. But it's all relative, if you keep me hanging for a long time (and three minutes is long) you have to make it worth waiting.
DON'T start getting too hung up on numbers etc, it's all about feel.
 
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thanks for all the help, my mate gave me some good info-intro 4x 64 beat phrase-main song 4x 64 beat phrase-breakdown 1 or 2 64 beat phrase-main song part 2 4x 64 beat phrase-outro 1 or 2 64 beat phrase he said this is a basic arrangement for a DNB song, :)any one else got a good lay out
 
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