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I guess my tune is too wack for words to describe
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sounds a bit too progressive for dubstep...
...maybe put a rolling breakbeat and a hoover bass in there instead and pitch it as plodstep
otherwise chuck in a random discordant middle eastern flute, tabla or strings, some shitty film samples, a sweeping filtered reece bassline and some machine gun kicks transposed up a few octaves for your breakfills...
...and i hope you don't mind me saying but your lead bassline sux arse
it's not so wack that words can't describe it so id rate it 2 out of 5...
tbh i only listened to the first 40 seconds cos iif it doesn't get any better after that then i'm moving on !!!
...don't blame me, blame the interweb sharing thing for decreasing my attention span
c/- DEPT of HELL SCIENCE
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- Joined: Mon Oct 10, 2005 7:55 am
- Location: Berlin
Yes man I'm really feeling that bassline, heavy. I like it. Good production. Somehow Monotonous but there is still always changing something. Is there a longer version? When that girl is singing so high she is kind of annoying. But when she sings low she is fitting quite well. And I wouldn't say that it's to progressive for dubtep.
I give it a 4 out of 5
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- Joined: Fri Oct 14, 2005 8:15 pm
- Location: The Side of The Clyde
Hey man, I quite like this!
As above, I'm not big on the female vocals at the start, but the panning/sweeping vocals later on are pretty sweet.
The drums are heavy, but lack a bit of crispness/punch at points.
Bassline is quite different, which i like, and some of the drum breaks are pretty tight.
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- Location: poland
needs more space
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- Joined: Tue Oct 11, 2005 4:38 am
- Location: Amsterdam
The rhythms are nice but I agree that the bassline needs improvement and the female vocal should be dropped alltogether.
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- Joined: Fri Oct 07, 2005 8:55 pm
- Location: São Paulo – Brasil
I liked... But... I think that you must separate each part... And extend a little bit the whole track... There are many ways to tell a story... To me is the same when I write music... How you'll build it is up to you... Keep producing and posting here your ideas...
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