DnB Newcaise - No Fear

Multiple Noise

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Apr 25, 2016
Nice starting, mellow vibes! I like the vocals and the deep vibes in it.
In the second half i have expected some more sounds at 1:51, for example a second piano which plays some faster 1/16 notes, some more vocals or sth like that... Now it sounds a bit generated in my opinion.
And you could have changed the background atmosphere in some parts to build more variations - now it is always the same...

But overall solid tune! Big ups!
 

Leniz

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Nice starting, mellow vibes! I like the vocals and the deep vibes in it.
In the second half i have expected some more sounds at 1:51, for example a second piano which plays some faster 1/16 notes, some more vocals or sth like that... Now it sounds a bit generated in my opinion.
And you could have changed the background atmosphere in some parts to build more variations - now it is always the same...

But overall solid tune! Big ups!
Thanks for the feedback!
Worked on these aspects and now it sounds like this (Its also a longer version btw)
https://clyp.it/opfzxsh2
 

maschinistom

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Jan 31, 2016
hello, sounds very similar to your track Eureka, did you use exactly the same pads?
still, interesting, nice open and roomy atmo. pls look at processing drums further. :2thumbs:
 

WhoSayReload?

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Northampton
Thanks for the feedback!
Worked on these aspects and now it sounds like this (Its also a longer version btw)
https://clyp.it/opfzxsh2

I reckon you could do with more layers on the intro of ambience or melody. The bassline sounds cool, but could probably be louder in comparison to the pad sound. And the drums don't really fit the tune, I think it need layers of rolling breakbeats, for example the Think break, rather than a 2 step beat.

Maybe try dragging a tune from an artist like Technimatic into your DAW and study their arrangement.
 

Lino Casu

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Nov 30, 2016
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Rüsselsheim / Germany
Nice Ambience and nice happyhardcorelike Melody. I would raise the level of the HiHat of the second big Break or add a rolling in Basedrum to push the main Drop/Break. But rest is clean.
 
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