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Castle - Lazy (deep jazz/percussive)

Post by andyyhitscar » Tue Apr 14, 2015 9:32 pm

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Re: Castle - Lazy (deep jazz/percussive)

Post by Fastworker » Wed Apr 15, 2015 1:23 pm

Id take a 320 of that and play it at 140 really :D

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Re: Castle - Lazy (deep jazz/percussive)

Post by Graydon » Thu Apr 16, 2015 9:10 am

Great ideas going on here, I would have liked to see more variation in the atmosphere/melody you got going on there, maybe add some more effects on it, throw in a smooth jazz sax or something as well to add more flavour.

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Re: Castle - Lazy (deep jazz/percussive)

Post by chrondor » Fri Apr 17, 2015 6:52 pm

definitely needs some variation especially in the melodies but good ideas represented

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Re: Castle - Lazy (deep jazz/percussive)

Post by RIG-RAG » Thu Apr 23, 2015 11:23 pm

Yeah ill third some variation, and good ideas. But dont let it discourage you getting a good idea is half the battle, then arrangement.

As far as mix bring that pad down a bit like 10 db maybe more.
Look into structuring as well, most tracks move in 16 bar sections or 32.
your intro seems to be only 8 bars long unless you consider the next 24 your intro as well, but your kick has a good amount of sub bass and most people don't put sub in the intro.

Just a few things i think might help for over all structure, unless you wanna go make some crazy type stuff with no structure then forget everything i mention.

cheers man
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Re: Castle - Lazy (deep jazz/percussive)

Post by andyyhitscar » Tue Apr 28, 2015 3:17 pm

Fastworker wrote:Id take a 320 of that and play it at 140 really :D
bumped it up to 140 while i was practicing mixing. sounds dope!

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Re: Castle - Lazy (deep jazz/percussive)

Post by andyyhitscar » Thu Apr 30, 2015 2:45 pm

Graydon wrote:Great ideas going on here, I would have liked to see more variation in the atmosphere/melody you got going on there, maybe add some more effects on it, throw in a smooth jazz sax or something as well to add more flavour.
Hey thanks man, I'll try that sax idea!

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Re: Castle - Lazy (deep jazz/percussive)

Post by andyyhitscar » Sat May 02, 2015 8:19 pm

chrondor wrote:definitely needs some variation especially in the melodies but good ideas represented
Thanks man much obliged!

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