SkullStep? just working on the drop.

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Rajstah Vibe, May 30, 2013.

  1. Rajstah Vibe

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    I found some basslines that were very inspiring to build an hardcore track... I'm still working on the drop, no idea yet for intro and the rest.
    I bet it will come by itself.
    If some few of you have some advice to give during the wip, that will be great!
    Also a general opinion on how it goes the track it's appreciated (from the few of you who does like this kind of dnb).
    :)
     
  2. mr meh

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    heavy shit! no critique but would like to hear the finished track :)
     
  3. LVB

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    heavy! maybe clean that rolling bassline a bit :) , love that WOMP sound
     
  4. Mr Fletch

    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    DIRTY! Not a big fan of this style but still, you're onto a winner with this! I think the break could be hipassed a little more, maybe boosting slightly around the 1.5khz range to give it some more sheen. It sounds quite muddy right now
     
  5. Rajstah Vibe

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    Thanks for feedbacks!
    Yeah, heavy and dirty filthy bastard is exactly what I'm looking after to create.
    LBV, you are spot on, that main grind bassline need to be cleaned a bit, but's quite an hard job, as it has a lot of distortion and taking away some of it, it lose character.
    But, yeah, right now you cannot really hear any character... it's just a mountain of muddy distortion...
    Fletch, I think the mud you hear in the break is coming from the basslines, more than the break. But I will follow your advice and give a try.

    Thanks a lot again!
    ;)


    EDIT:
    Clip updated with a bit of widening on the top bass and eq cleaning.
    Also little edits here'n there...
     
    Last edited: May 31, 2013