new vocal dancefloor type thing, would love brutal feedback

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by W3st, Mar 11, 2014.

  1. W3st

    W3st Unsigned DnB Producer

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    Hey guys, looking for some brutal honest feedback on quality as compared to current dancey dnb tracks from the big names....

    even if you hate it and have nothing nice to say, go nuts, i can use the criticism positively!



    cheers
     
  2. Tone1304

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    not my type of dnb at all but shits on point mate :) maybe make the kick and snare a little louder though
     
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    W3st Unsigned DnB Producer

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    Cheers bud thanks for the input. Pm me if you want some tracks looked at and reviewed!
     
  4. Boooke

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    This is just some quick thoughts, hope you can use it: I really like the atmosphere around the vocals, but when it drops, I think the synth is a tad too sharp compared to the rest, and therefore it takes up much space in the tune. The break (for instance at 0119) needs something to emphasize the "drop" after, I think. Personal prefence, probably, but I'd like a more "dirty" and in-your-face kind of kick. Probably also caused by the volume levels as mentioned by Tone1304 :)
     
  5. groelle

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    dont like the cutoff on the drums in the intro.

    low mids are somewhat lacking and the main riff is too low compared to that sidechained thingy.

    snare and kick are a bit lackluster aswell, needing a bit more punch, the body is there!