Shiver - Rendezvous (Dark dnb)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Shiver, Sep 12, 2011.

  1. Shiver

    Shiver Drum & Bass Producer

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    Any feedback appreciated, sweet!
     
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    youve panned the kick and snare?!? keep them central!! im soo confused!!
     
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    Shiver Drum & Bass Producer

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    They're not panned at all? Always keep them central!
     
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    im sorry to tell you mate but the frequencys of the kick and snare are split, ive got the high end on my right speaker and the low end on my left.. or it sounds like the kick is coming from the right and the snare from the left... its not right.. somebody else confirm this please before i start tearing my set up apart lol
     
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    Shiver Drum & Bass Producer

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    That's weird man it sounds fine on my set up, and I didn't do any processing which would have split the high and low end, or panned the kick n snare they're both dead centered..
     
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    Any more feedback? Would be sweet!
     
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    Hey yeah the kick attack and possibly the meat are panned right a fair bit and I have to say it is discomforting. I love the sounds though.