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Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Pyrolysis, Apr 26, 2009.

  1. Pyrolysis

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    nice flow to the drums, synths dont do it for me tho
     
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    1st one
    your drums are good mate, did you make them urself?

    i dont really like the synth/bass that you have used to be honest, but keep it up!

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    has nice vibes, but again work on the bass man, i see what you where trying to do with it. keep working at it man
     
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    Yea nice amen in the first track but i don't see where it drops. Second track sounds promising but the bass doesn't really work for me, again drums are good but cld be louder, and more layers too.
    http://soundcloud.com/daveylivewire
     
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    This one was my first bassline test.. but not good at making one. :D
    yeah drums are mine, mostly amen and layering and bla bla, drums are improved but bass, trying to get as much Vsts and stuff i can.
    Thanks.
     
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    Yeah drums, i know cause, it's my halfly finished tracks tho.
    I just wanted to create something atmospheric junglish. With wobble, not good of making basslines at all, so ...

    Thanks.
     
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    it comes in time. Just play around with noises all the time, and the cuts, and automation etc. if u dont know what these things mean look them up!

    then use effects on ur bass as well such as distortion, eqing. etc