The drill tune

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Fuzzbox, Oct 24, 2008.

  1. Fuzzbox

    Fuzzbox New Member

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    Check out 'the drill tune' on www.myspace.com/fuzzboxbeatz. lemi know what you think and what i need to improve on. I really want to make jump up dnb/breakbeat. any tips? Or decent drum loops? thanks
     
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    yea by the sounds of things u need sum nicee drum loops or just sum kits you using FL?
     
  3. Fuzzbox

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    Nope im using Logic pro 8. Where could i find some decent jump up loops? Just need to spend more times on drums i think. Nice one
     
  4. Fratanize

    Fratanize Keepin the jungle alive

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    eazy.
    original idea. the trick with making a tune with lots of lo-fi type noises is to meet it in the middle with an element of groove. grimey is good, but it needs to have some flow so that it can be danced to. At the moment its the track in the club that stops everyone dancing and gurns at each other. you can have some grime that winds down before it kicks off into a smoother faster bassline.
    slower tracks should have some very high profile basslines too. big sounding and technical. yours is a kind of compressed growl.
    keep at mate.
    peace