(Tune) Revere - Subtraction

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by dj revere, Nov 9, 2007.

  1. dj revere

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    Gone on a very very dark late 90's tech feel to this and am most proud of it !

    13 x different breaks and the best bass I think I've made to date !

    192 here;

    http://virb.com/revere

    128 here in all;

    http://www.myspace.com/djrevere

    All thoughts appreciated !

    myspace fucked me off with the uploading so i hope you lot dont have any virb probs,


    ez
     
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  2. glenemy

    glenemy Enemy is here

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    Subtraction-lovely tune Revere nice build up, the drop I liked especialy comin into that nice jungle soundin track the drums/percussion can't be faulted in my opinion, and nice beat's respect Revere and keep up the good work.
     
  3. dj revere

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    wicked bud, appreciate it ! Some folks think I should send this one out, I may just notch the sub up a bit but that's it really !
     
  4. jay walker

    jay walker 1/2 of Passive/Aggressive

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    Nice breakwork, really rolling. the intro needs a defining lead sound, its too sparse without.

    Nice filtering on the bass, perhaps a little overdone and too long.

    Drops pretty cool but I preferred the drums on the intro, the bass needs a bit more 'scream' to it as well, lift those high frequencies out on it maybe.

    Solid work, add some more layers to intro and fix that bass, and you could have a good tune there.