Some new jump-up tracks I finished

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by STLLR, Jul 26, 2016.

  1. STLLR

    STLLR New Member

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    Hey all,

    Feedback on these new tracks is always welcome :) I went a bit out of my comfort zone to create them :D Hope some people will like them







    They are also available for free download if anyone is interested ;)
     
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    For stepping out of your comfort zone their pretty damn good imo only problem is that in all of them the basslines are far too repetitive you have the same patterns going through out the whole of the drop
     
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    thanks for the feedback, i'll take that in consideration in my next tracks :) It's hard though to make variations on the bassline, I've tried it but it's really hard. I guess I have to try harder :D
     
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    Even something as simple as making the first bass sound play on the first and second beat can be enough to change it up
     
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    Drums are ok, but I would use some transient shaping on the snare.. furthermore the basses are not my thing, they sound very generic and simple. heard them 10000 times before