WORLD WAR 3 (VIP mix)

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  1. junglistguy2221

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    it's only a snippet for now but will post the extended version tomorrow. but just looking for feedback on the sound quality, etc.

    cheers
     
  2. JoErOe

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    Pretty heavy sound man. things seem to sit nicely together. good work looking forward to the full. here is one ive been finishing. just learned about mid-side processing and applied it to the master mix. any feed back is welcome!!!

     
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    JoErOe: Id try scooping mids and seeing how that works. its a good track; tells a story to the listener. Real laid back smoking vibes, reminds me of DJ Hype's "Sharp Shooter".
     
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    Not my cuppa really, only thing I feel I can comment on is the snare, the noise and the drum samples sound really disjointed IMO.
     
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    junglistguy2221 Drum & Bass Producer VIP Junglist

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    thanks for honest feedback. i'm not sure whether the disjointed sound you're getting is actually just the style of this sort of D&B, or whether it's a specific thing i've done. can you elaborate please.

    cheers for all feedback,

    extended one on the upload now....
     
  6. sam the dnb man

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    I miss the days when people used to think that every drum and bass tune was by DJ Hype
     
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    tbf mate he's made some bangers. look at Busted for example
     
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    Well, the different snare samples don't gel together into a single sound, they're sound a lot like two samples playing at once.

    Can be dealt with EQ'ing out the highs from the "live" sample and the lows from the noise, then - say - compressing and distorting them together. Might want to change their pitches slightly to see if that helps, too.