Dubstep Phyxion UK - Oregano [very funky!]

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  1. PhyxionUK

    PhyxionUK New Member

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    I would greatly appreciated some comments, criticisms, feedback, advice, or general thoughts of any kind regarding my latest track Oregano.

    I will have a listen to your tracks in return :)

    Cheers.
     
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    very funky indeed :D

    at a few moments in the track the high tones are a bit loud,
    you could lower them a little bit and in return raise the highhat level slightly.
     
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    dancefloor killa'
     
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    PhyxionUK New Member

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    Thanks very much for the replies! I'll have a play around with the high end EQing.
     
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    thought that was mastered pretty well

    i like what you did with the stereo, but felt it was a little too frequent (kinda lost its effect after a while)
     
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    Cheers for the reply man :) but i'm not quite sure what you mean? You mean the panning of the different synths?
     
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    yeah, i didnt know if it was panning or stereo imaging (or whatever, im a noob)

    but basically the point i was making is that you've created a fat, wide sound with the whole mix, but because it ALL sounds wide, there isnt a contrast anymore between the wide and narrow (mono) parts

    just my 0.02
     
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    very funky indeed, only crit would be i think the drums lack a bit of sparkle, id raise the hats and maybe try and get a bit more high end out of the snare,

    love the stuttery bass bits, i think some of the bass bits go a bit high, maybe filter off a little bit of the highs?

    dope tune man
     
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    Ah right i see what you mean, and i know what's to blame for that... I learnt to mix by making metal and i'm a huge metalhead so i'm used to panning the hell out of everything to create that nice big fat heavy sound, i guess that has rubbed off. I'll keep that in mind in future productions, thanks man!

    Cheers mate, i'll have a play around with the drums, i'm new to using samples cause before i just used to use addictive drums which is more for acoustic drums. So yeah i'm still learning in that area! Thanks for the advice, much appreciated :)