Simix - Me & You and Simix - Stutter - Liquid Drum & Bass

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  1. simonproject

    simonproject New Member

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    Simix
    1. Me & You
    2. Stutter
    Liquid Drum & Bass
    172BPM

    Just posted these on my soundcloud profile, please listen and any constructive comments are welcome.

    1. Me & You
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    2. Stutter



    anyone that wants to drop their tracks into my inbox, go ahead :)
     
  2. DesigN

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    i like the ideas here. the only thing that really seems obvious to me is the portamento or glide on the bass seems to take a little long. but thats just my ear. if thats what your were goin for then more power. i like the atmosphere here with the pads as well. nice work!!
     
  3. Northern Seagul

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    nice deep tune, warm and beautiful vocal. This sax are amazing ;)

    o, so deep and massive bass. very pretty tune "Shutter"!
    check "boom" in drop-in(at 44-45 sec.). It's very "stands out from the picture".

    interesting ideas and good sounding mate, good skill :)

    PS: check my tune too, interesting your opinion
     
  4. Aaron Madden

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    the track needs more range in terms of structure and variation, to me it seems as though it doesn't really go anywhere :/
     
  5. momentuk

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    Small comments that I could make are that in Me & You, the kick sounds like it has a little too much low end. By adding in some high end click, it would make it drop a little nicer too. Also before it drops, the hi-hats come in a bar early, although this is probably intended, a drum fill would possibly sound better.

    In Stutter, the kick is much better, but I think the snare could be tighter.

    These are very picky comments but I figured it's better to pick out any improvements than give you nothing at all!

    Nice to see another Birmingham producer on here!