Redass@Redlook - Rising Phase (drumandbass)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Radass, May 5, 2014.

  1. Radass

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    Oeh, huge!

    I think the snare needs a bit more punch, the snare sounds awesome, but that little bit of punch (maybe some low end?) could make it better
    The same with the kick, some punch

    But on arrangement: everything seems just fine! The bassline does enough too stay interesting, so not remarks there
     
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    mad energy

    agree with crizis, think you could just bring the kick/snare up in the mix a bit, there's a bass hit on the snare from 1:05 on that gives it that extra bit of weight which makes up for it but before that they don't hit hard enough

    hard to comment on arrangement with just a teaser but what's there keeps it interesting and keeps the energy flowin

    good shit man
     
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    Thanks for feedback, its much appreciated.

    We will work on this soon and upload a longer version.

    Stay tuned!
     
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    Loving the synth work, definitely makes for an evil tune.
    Can't really find anything negative to be honest aha
    Mixdown seems pretty sweet.
    I like your choice of percussion, and I can hear that punchyness coming through compared to the one before, fair play!
    I'd give it like a 4 out of 5
    :)
     
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