One Conciousness (dark little roller)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by rysk, Jun 26, 2013.

  1. rysk

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    new little thing i've been working on, could do with some objective feedback



    with added bill hicks quote for jokes.
     
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    IV4 Currently a newt.

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    Whats up Akmed?
    When did you move to Qatar? Your mom moved their right?

    Your tracks are getting better. The only thing I would complain about in that clip is everything sounds very wide. Maybe a little to wide.
     
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    safe IV4, yeah i moved out here about 2 months ago, bit of a "fuck it" moment.

    too wide? i shall have a look...i applied a bit of chorus to a few bits
     
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    I think that wide effect is coming from some too over the place reverb on bass and drum hits... Not sure, but that's what it sounds on my end.
    Nice tune, I love those acid whobbles!
     
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    gonna see if i can finish this on my day off tomorrow....i'm not normally one to rush things, but this came together quite nicely and quite quickly, could do with a little more feedback.

    I think the bass is suffocating the mix a bit. i'm also a little lost as to how to keep it varied and interesting...with such a basic 1 note bassline. Maybe switching up the drums to a 'normal' dnb pattern after 36 bars, adjusting the bassline accordingly? will bring up the pace a bit, but not sure how well that would work with that woodblocky reverbed 'snare'

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    gonna see if i can finish this on my day off tomorrow....i'm not normally one to rush things, but this came together quite nicely and quite quickly, could do with a little more feedback.

    I think the bass is suffocating the mix a bit. i'm also a little lost as to how to keep it varied and interesting...with such a basic 1 note bassline. Maybe switching up the drums to a 'normal' dnb pattern after 36 bars, adjusting the bassline accordingly? will bring up the pace a bit, but not sure how well that would work with that woodblocky reverbed 'snare'