this is an experiment on using some new methods on creating a track that sounds dreamscapish. I used a lot of spacial mastering techniques (slight reverb, chorusing, delays) on the break to give it an airy feel. subby bassline was 3xosc(-12 square, -12/11cents square, 0 square) pushed to 80 Hz and then carefully distorted to give it a tiny low growl. the break is accompanied by a roto organ and rhodes to create some sort of lucid scape. http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=be764fa8ea5f1a26d1014a7a667fa2b4e04e75f6e8ebb871 just wonder what you guys think? personally i think the break mastering brings out the shuffle a bit more. i might leave the main kick and snare to more orthodox techniques though.