Pazza - Moments of Madness.

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by RhythmicSoulz, Apr 14, 2011.

  1. RhythmicSoulz

    RhythmicSoulz New Member

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    My latest project. liquid, minimal vibes with a filthy more techy bassline. Im rather new to producing. any feedback, good or bad is very appreciated. Thanks for listening!
     
  2. paracyte

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    first part of the intro (sample) is ok,
    then you coming with this filtered drums,
    instead of filtering them randomly,
    you should try to build up a tension,
    try to filter it from lowest to highest or inversely,
    there is no drop..
    if you listen dnb you probably noticed that after intro there is a
    "quiet moment" or tension peak which ends at dropping the main sequence.
    Of course you can work your way in different style but as a starting producer
    you should practice trying to do what others did.
    Drums are repetitive, there is a little if no change to the drums here.
    It's boring..
    you have to add some synth lines, touches, vocals maybe to
    keep your track interesting to others, otherwise..
    Bass sound here is off key with the background samples,
    doesn't fit that well.

    Hope you don't take this personally it's only a constructive critics,
    Believe me, I was where you are some time ago.
    Practice, practice and practice
    Cheers !
     
  3. elmaruk

    elmaruk slannndaaaaaaar

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    not too bad man

    agree mostly with what Paracyte said

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    Definitely agree with that.

    Personally i think when you make a techy track with a more melodic intro it's better to take out the melody when the bass comes in, sup to you tho man.

    keep em comin