Opinion Wanted

Discussion in 'Production' started by MeatSpork, Feb 12, 2015.

  1. MeatSpork

    MeatSpork New Member

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    Innovine Active Member

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    Post it in the right forum, for starters.
     
  3. CNoize

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    ^^^^ yeh

    Decent track though :)
     
  4. MeatSpork

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    Sorry about that, I'm 100% new here
     
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    Gloxxy I SNORT COAL

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    At least when newbies post tracks in here they actually get a reply....
     
  7. MeatSpork

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    I got a reply quite quickly on that thread too, lol.
     
  8. Nedachi

    Nedachi An Infectious Germ of D&B

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    Your name is fucking wicked. haha

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    EQ the low end on your kick drum. You have your sub & kick fighting for the same frequencies. Take out all the low end on the kick (0hz-70hz). Do the same with the snare but keep all the response above 160hz and drop everything else. This will ensure nothing is fighting for the same space and you'll have more space for your sub-bass to move. Over all, learn the little tricks and you'll notice a change in your production and your knowledge (that's quite obvious I suppose lol).

    I like it. It's not bad coming from a lad your age with your knowledge on music. I remember when I was 16. I was making some awful shit. Still do from time to time. lol


    I like the idea. keep em flowing! :2thumbs:
     
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  9. MeatSpork

    MeatSpork New Member

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    So nice to see a huge paragraph of advice. I'll be sure to try these out in some of my newer tunes for sure. :) --(about the name, i completely made that shit up from the top of my head when i made my youtube account)