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Date
07/04/2010
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Song
2.9 MB
1 min 35 sec
Score
3.86 / 5.00

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DaGrahamCrakaDaGrahamCraka

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This

better fucking win.



zcultzcult

Rated 5 / 5 stars

DUBSTEP YOU SAY? MORE LIKE FAGSTEP

SYSTEM FAILURE YOU SAY?

When it comes down to it. My complain lies in that it wasn't long enough, and also, that there was a square waved bass later in the song. Keep the drums going with that Chorus Flanger or whatever that is, and add a synthy bass with possibly more drums so that it sounds different later in the song. I want to hear that sample from the beginning again, its sick! As for this being dubstep, I see that, but I think it needs some more dubstep cliches, like synthy bass.



NitrocoreNitrocore

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Interesting sound.

I'll put my cards on the table and say i'm not a massive fan of dubsteb, however this sounds quite interesting, It give me the imagine of a machine or robot malfunctioning. Elements of it almost sound like Circuit Bending. The only real critque I have is maybe alittle to much reverb and delay on the voice, but each to their own I guess.



BreedBreed

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

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A couple of things I noticed on my dubstep journey that I believe would improve the track have to do with the percussion. Mixing wise dubstep has a lot of relations to reggae. For instance, having the backbeat claps closer up in the mix gives the attack of the basslines a stronger feeling without losing the smoothness of the filter/dB sweeps. Another popular reggae aspect that gives a dubstep tune great flow is to change back and forth between a tight release and long release backbeat within the same measure(snare first then clap, or simply a dry snare vs a reverbed one second).

Also when you are doing a more straight forward/less syncopated style percussion (like this kick/snare 1/2 format) it sounds especially wicked to compensate syncopation with the melody. 3/4 baseline against a 4/4 drumline for instance will give a great reggaeton feeling making it especially bouncy sounding. And I know your goal was for a stomper type, straight forward machine fx sound, but machines aren't necessarily straight up timed events. They slow down and speed up as well.

But within your other comments you are right, dubstep is a sound designers genre, and the you have a definite uniqueness to your bassline timbres. And your vocal processing is interesting as well.

Anyways it's a solid track, but I tend to criticize everything....

Cheers!



SaxturbationSaxturbation

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sick nasty

In the best way possible. That was some dirty stuff there and I enjoyed it lol.