[Tune] New jump up track!

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by DJError, Feb 11, 2010.

  1. DJError

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    its fucking awsome until bout 16-17secs, don't like the drum beat.. and it gets a bit commercial after that.

    stick with the dnb step/autonomic sickness (y) IMO n e wayz
     
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    its got a good rhythm to it, methinks snare could use more OOOMF

    Around 0:04 to about 0:07 it kind of is making a funny clipping type of sound, maybe could use some frequency adjustment or something

    Just my thoughts :) I liked it
     
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    actually the kick could also use more OOOMF
     
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    cheers both for the replys.

    @Castel yeh i know what you mean about being commercial cos it sounds like other tunes, by the time i finish it it will probably sound a lot different lol

    @Krispy cheers but do you think layering the snare and kick would give it a better boost?
     
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    yah man i think maybe double up on those kicks and snares for sure
    i also read something about adding compression to your kicks for extra boost as well

    worth a try?
     
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    sweet man thanks
     
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    Sounds pretty decent man.
    But like Krispy said, doubling up on the kicks and snares, adding some compression... Maybe some distortion to give it a little more punch through the mix of the whole song.