Tech / Minimal Neurofunk

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by junglistguy2221, Aug 5, 2014.

  1. junglistguy2221

    junglistguy2221 Drum & Bass Producer

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    heavily influenced by the sounds of Icicle, Enei, some of Noisia's less errr loud stuff, etc.

    feedback much appreciated
     
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    wingz everyones fav austrian

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    liking the groove but i personally think the kick & snare are too hard for that kinda bass/fx movement
     
  3. Solace

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    agreed ^
    the kick and snare aren't the best ones for this kind of track.
    I'm also not sure about the high distorted squeak at the end of some phrases. It's a bit harsh.
     
  4. Zippolisko

    Zippolisko New Member

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    I like the resonant bass :D And I think the kick is fine but i'm not liking the snare :p Otherwise this as a nice groove going but it lacks atmosphere in the drop. You should drop some higher frequency content or something airy in the background. Otherwise this is a really nice track, good job mate!
     
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    got to agree on the drums being wrong.I bet a rimshot or short minimal snare would be good in this mix.
    But I like the other parts
     
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    agree on short snappy snare, less splash

    maybe a lead to answer the bassline, get some variation in there

    on its way though dude, nice
     
  7. Northern Seagul

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    good neurofunk! slow bassline - it's not minimal neuro ;)
    cool track man, nice sounding!
     
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    IV4 Currently a newt.

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    I like the bass squeek. I think the bass could use more variation. The vocal is cool too but it could use some reverb delay just to fill it out a bit. I think your off to a great start. I think the kick is fine but there is something off in the tail of the snare.
     
  9. junglistguy2221

    junglistguy2221 Drum & Bass Producer

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    cheers. i would personally call it minimal neuro if i have to define it, due to the track not being as intense and heavy as a lot of neurofunk is. but fair play.

    thanks for all the tips everyone, will take it all on board in the next version. putting it to rest for a bit though as listened to it too much for now. got some new stuff on the way soon too.