Vidual - Tarvas

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Nacon, Oct 19, 2012.

  1. Nacon

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    really like this shit! not 100% on the snare is all id say. loving the vibe tho¬
     
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    Intro bores me if I'm being honest, but my interest perks up when I hear those bass stabs and eerie hats. Lovin the drop, wasnt expecting that at all! Really nice industrial sounds, but I agree, theres something about that snare that irritates me.....maybe it's just a tad too loud?.......dunno.

    Heavy vibes all round tho!
     
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    but the tune in your tag link whatever, joker its called. that drop is biggles
     
  5. Nacon

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    Really interesting, might be some frequencies which i´m too tone deaf to hear right now in the snare, i'm suspecting something in the 2k - 4khz region by default.
    I Built the track up like that in the intro intentionally. A nothing saying atmosphere, and then you instantly focus on the stabs when they hit in.

    I'll experiment with the snare in the mix a bit and see, if i can myself to like it more in some other way, because right now, i´m totally happy with what the snare is right now.

    Thanks guys though, helping me get my mixes finer each time :)

    EDIT:

    Yep you guys are definitely right. The snare is too much in volume, and that's it. Taking it down 1.5db did the trick.
     
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    Intro needs work as already posted but gets quite almighty once you get goin' :) The outro is really good too
     
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    The snare sounds fine to me but I listen after the edit. Once again your bass is massive and something to be envied.
     
  8. Nacon

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    Yep, i think the snare problem should be fine now as well, imagine, what 1.4dB does.. how it could break the mix so easily.
     
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    Perfect, snare sits in the mix much better now :)
     
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    big tune, the first part of the intro does need a little something extra - a hat, mayb the didgerido thing floating in the background.
    other than that its good work (y)
     
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    Yeah that's how you do it trippy. Intro made me think of a jet ready for take off. Really wasn't expecting the drop to be half time but it works great. The sound design over-all is excellent, really good stuff.

    The space is wicked.
     
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