Techstep/Neurofunk

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by kpoiss, Oct 24, 2011.

  1. kpoiss

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    Uh, well I guess I'll on proper speaks later...goddamn that's good. You just cranking 'em out now, huh?

    I guess my only comment is that you can add that touch of variation every once in a while just to show people that you're serious. That bouncing bass line rhythm is sick and hypnotic, just mix it up to keep the dancefloor interested.

    There's no midway breakdown, eh? Why?

    And the initial build could use a little more flair - just so that the DJs get their money's worth when they buy this from you, like I will.

    -J.P.
     
  3. subprime

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    Heavy mate, sounds wicked, some sort of breakdown in the middle definitely wouldn't hurt for me too.
    Nice job.
     
  4. IV4

    IV4 Currently a newt.

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    Nice!!!!!!!!!!!! this is just an opinion but I think it would be awesome if on your next song you added a dash of pretty to have a enjoyable complementary contrast in your music.
     
  5. Lucider

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    F that. This is hardcore dance music not the symphony.

    Hey! Add some people screaming, children singing, and chainsaw noises next time - and make the drop sound like a surgeon's knife cutting through cartilage - and acid, everyone's tripping too, even the kids and the surgeon. They're like, AH, I'm tripping, and then you're like, BAM! n a s t y reese
     
  6. nusphere

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    Yeah nice & tough & tight too!
     
  7. bull3tpr00f

    bull3tpr00f Active Member

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    What a choon! Great job man
     
  8. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    i like it, its heavy. the groove is tight and the intro is big. but it needs more parts to the arrangements. id like some variation.
     
  9. Balthazaar

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    Good job man like that bassline sound tight..