Riggadale - Thats What it is. you fucking love it.

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Dr Bloodnugget
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Re: Riggadale - Thats What it is. you fucking love it.

Post by Dr Bloodnugget » Mon Jul 04, 2011 9:57 am

Try and beef those drums up a bit! Will sound 10x bigger!

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Re: Riggadale - Thats What it is. you fucking love it.

Post by Bad Attitude » Mon Jul 04, 2011 3:53 pm

Great track. Fantasticflow, so fluid and organic sounding, if you get me. like blood nugget said, if you beefed up the drums a bit, it'd sound even more in your face.
Vocals sound great, not sure if it these shit ass speakers but they could maybe go down a tiny bit in volume.

Nothing negative to say really.
Feedback and comments etc are more than welcome and appreciated. Cheers.

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Re: Riggadale - Thats What it is. you fucking love it.

Post by SlumCity » Tue Jul 05, 2011 12:09 am

yeah i mixed it like a hip hop track , instead of a dance tune , which may have been a mistake... i think your right the drums should take over a bit and the vocals dont need to be so present .... this was the mix for a video i have shot and up on youtube check it out...but i was contemplating doing a different more club oriented mix for the release and to play live...

this being a dubstep forum im guessing most peoples opinion would have me mix them more like UKG or dubstep tracks with the drums sidechained around everything and the vocal really just there for rythm and a bit of context....but i'm a little more focussed on the lyrics and making "songs" instead of "tracks" .... im actually torn as to the best way to go about it... i have a lot of other tracks that i rap on over filthy bro step...but my vocal frequency range is always right there in the same range as the crazy wobbles...so my only other option is to just rap on the breakdowns and intros of tracks and let the wobbles breathe when the tracks drop... id love to hear what anyone thinks is the best way to make tracks that will rock a party , but still have something to say as well...

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