[Tune] New jungle tune (soundcloud)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by DJError, Jan 23, 2010.

  1. DJError

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  2. DJError

    DJError AKA Error

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    just realised that the link wasnt working properly, but up and running now
     
  3. druu

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    Some good ideas going on there but I would bump that bpm +10. :) Also, try and make those glitched drum parts more dynamic.

    keep it up! :)
     
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    Kibon Blaze It Down !

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    Nice one, I really like the drums, bassline after the drop needs a little bit more energy and variation imo..
    The bassline that comes in at 0:22 was a bit too unexpected, it didn't really felt right but still sounded nice.. and I would pitch up those snare rolls a bit if I were you :)
    Big up !
     
  5. DJError

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    @kilbon yeah thats what i thought as well when i listened, the piano bit just stops and then the bass comes in, need to sort that out. and do you mean pitcnh them up as in tone or db

    @Druu - how exactly could i make them more dynamic? and i kinda wanted to keep it at a slow bpm as i only intend to listen to it.

    thanks a lot for both of your feedback
     
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    I couldn't help nut notice those glitchy snare rolls occurred at the same times every 16 bars in a regular pattern. There's nothing wrong with this but it tends to create a static feel (I have this problem myself with some of my productions). Just an idea anyway. :)
     
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    i see what you mean, you think i should make it occur less?
     
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    Not neccessarily less, but moreso at different times.
     
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    i get ya now, thanks
     
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    just fixed the link, changed the bass a bit and the intro
     
  11. Fratanize

    Fratanize Keepin the jungle alive

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    Nice work mate. I agree with the others about the staticness. Its very old skool 96 type jungle in my opinion. Maybe that was what you were going for? Drums are very nice.
    respect.
     
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