Riaz - The Rush (mastered) (drumstep/drum and bass)

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Riaz - The Rush (mastered) (drumstep/drum and bass)

Post by riaz » Sat Nov 30, 2013 10:44 pm

finaly did the mastering on my track! enjoy and give som feedback =)

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Re: Riaz - The Rush (mastered) (drumstep/drum and bass)

Post by Soul_Of_Seun » Sun Dec 01, 2013 7:10 am

The main synth melody is solid. The Reese bass line is ok but seems a little dry on the reverb and overly detuned. The snare is kind of generic, however.

On the positive, The tune really seems to come together after the breakdown at 1:32. Overall good work on this especially with the oscillation on the synths and mixdown sounds crisp.
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Re: Riaz - The Rush (mastered) (drumstep/drum and bass)

Post by Echoi » Mon Dec 02, 2013 10:54 am

Nice little number, but really feels lacking to me, I would have liked to have heard some extra percussion to accompany the drums, simply because the hats aren't doing enough drive the track, and the kick snare (even on the second drop) just feel quite robotic and monotonous.

Chop up some old Jungle breaks, or get some bongo's/conga's in there and you will see this track transform quite alot. ;-)

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Re: Riaz - The Rush (mastered) (drumstep/drum and bass)

Post by Jez-R » Tue Dec 03, 2013 4:22 pm

The melody's are solid tho i agree that the drums could be complemented with some congo's or down pitch hats' and maybe add a bit of swing/shuffle to the drums.
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