The closest I could get to true Jungle

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by junglistguy2221, Aug 9, 2013.

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    Like that true bass sound and pads are very atmospheric.
     
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    cheers. was goin for the classic smooth jungle sound.

    anyone else got feedback pls?
     
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    At 2:14 you need a better transition between the drums and subsequent transitions need apply for the changes.
     
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    I've always loved the oldschool sound of jungle, and I must say this is pretty what I like to listen, man!

    Technically speaking, there's nothing much I can tell, besides that maybe some vairation on the drums, you know? Try playing with some offbeat hats or snares. Oh and something on that 2'12" onwards variations between drums sounds. All of a sudden the sound changes, and FOR ME, it was little harsh.

    Besides that, congrats man!