New Tune

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by thomfletcher, Jan 14, 2008.

  1. thomfletcher

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  2. DJ_DAFT

    DJ_DAFT is back

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    Alryt Mate,

    The tune is ok...needs alot of work tho before you could actually dance/listen to it....sorry to be so harsh...but sometimes you gotta be...Keep mucking bout with the softwear your using...and get sum tempo on them tunes...(speed the song up) also play around with the bass....

    Daft
     
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    I dont think that was harsh, i think that was a fair comment and ill be working on those areas.
     
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    Another new tune up now at a faster pace.
    Track 4.
    Feedback please.
     
  5. Zeal

    Zeal Ohm/C2D/Dark Asylum/Ennex

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    Right Track 4

    Sounds like you got th edits pretty much down tbh

    its the layering of the drums that needs work, and just general filling up of the tune.

    Fx, leads, synths, hell even some film samples if you please lol

    Work on layering ur drums up editing all the breaks the same, it will give it more power and definition

    :)

    good effort dude!
     
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    Cheers for the positive feedback, ill get to work on the drums.
     
  7. jay walker

    jay walker 1/2 of Passive/Aggressive

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    the tracks have soul them, nothing to really grab you and pull you in. dnb needs to 172 to 180bpm (tops) no idea what tempos these are but its either too fast or too slow. listen to certain artists that your feeling, an use it for track layouts and structuring. Your a very long way off from a complete tune, but some of the ideas can definitley be worked on. harsh but fair :D