Thin and Crispy - Statellite

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  1. Thin and crispy

    Thin and crispy Active Member

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    Thin and Crispy - Satellite



    New tune :)
     
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  2. Balthazaar

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    Hmmm not bad but needs more work.That bass seems weak comparing to other elements like kick,snare..Try to pitch up snare a bit and to shorten release time it will sound much better.Track is lacking some movement,but if u wanted to achieve some psychedelic effect not bad it has some weird feeling when listening..That is imho;)
     
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    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    Hey, havnt seen you round these parts for a while, good to see you back....anyway, onto the tune, Not floating my boat man if I'm honest. Drums need to be alot heavier, as does the bass!
     
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    Cheers, just started it a few hours ago and had to turn my sub n stuff off cos peeps were complaining :p
     
  5. underspawn

    underspawn Headz Roll

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    Yup, the bass needs beefing up, but the tune sounds pretty good, it has great atmosphere and the psychedelic elements are really doing it for me.
     
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    low cut ur bass drum below 60Hz and add a hi passed break and a sub bass that sits inbetween the freqs i like the tune though. wouldnt mind helpin you out on it. what program u usin
     
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    agree with the others, bass defo needs more work, and you maybe want to have a pad playing along when it drops, would fill it out a bit. kick and snare are not bad, but could be somewhat more suited to the tune.

    big ups
     
  8. Rezonate

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    Pretty much as above bass and drums need a fair bit of work. Some good ideas rolling though keep it up :)
     
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    Thin and crispy Active Member

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    Updating with the full version, worked on it a little on saturday after these comments, will be doing some more thursday

    Also big-ups for all the feedback considering i've not been active on here for a while - just been realy busy as i've set up a label with some mates and i'm still checking this section every now n then for some talent but its just rare i find time to have a proper listen and give feedback. This is the first thing i've properly sunk my teeth into in a couple of month tbh so im just getting back in the swing of it myself.
    Again tho thanks guys, its appreciated :)
     
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