Thin and Crispy - Higher wip

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Thin and crispy, Nov 12, 2010.

  1. Thin and crispy

    Thin and crispy Active Member

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    My first chopped Amen track, oldschool style, used a few cheeky samples :)

    Let me know what you think!

    Mike
     
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    Cool, but, imo, some drums sample have some problem with the kick... i also try to use some kind of variation, like a lead or riff to variate more your song...however good job mate!
     
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    some mad chopping n screwing goin on bro!
    the kick seems a little weak in ur mix though...maybe layer it with another kick with some low end?
     
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    intro is nice but i can really invision a pad behind it to keep it rolling between the gaps...

    very nice amen chops in there :) really liek the way it rolls before the drop... yeah this sounds like a nice old school tune from the 90s... big sound
     
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    Thin and crispy Active Member

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    hmm, would you the kick would suite being layered for just the first hit of the bar? or on every kick? i don't wanna muddy up the chops =x
    been trying some pads haven't found one i like for it yet, but its still a wip so theres plenty of opportunity :)

    cheers for the FB tho guys much appreciated!
     
  6. jimjimjim

    jimjimjim oldskool

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    really like that - oldskool is my fave style.
    hats of 2 you sir.
     
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    toolx DJ Ambiont

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    +1 what luciduk said. the right pad in the intro would do wonders, though it doesnt sound bad in any way in its current state.
    nice tune man.
     
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    mission for 2day, find the right pad! :) cheers for the fedback peeps
     
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    I agree that a pad might make it more consistent. Really sounds like an oldskool junglist tune. Nice one.