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Uploaded
Jul 22, 2011 | 8:54 PM EDT
File Info
Song
5.7 MB
2 min 31 sec
Score
1.78 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Score:
Rated 1.78 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
481 Plays | 20 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - House
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Author Comments

Haven't produced house in a LOOONG time. Tell me what you think, if anything at all.

Reviews


DJ-MasterRickDJ-MasterRick

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Massive Dickhead

*points and laughs*


DLBeezy responds:

Rage harder kid


jpbearjpbear

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Reminds me of some of my earlier(last year) stuff

My favorite thing about this song is the overall mix, not too harsh but powerful. So much improvement from the last submission of yours i heard. I might drag on a bit in this review but im in the mood.

The melody is practically devoid of syncopation, syncopation plays a serious role in groove and the general "interesting-ness" of a riff. The only melody in the song is rather bland(probably due to the syncopation). dont be afraid to add layers to fill up that EQ. Oh and unless your producing techier house, deviating from one chord is a plus.

Having those nifty FX every 4 or 8 bars, on buildups, and on breakdowns is practically the most important thing when producing "pro" music. Dont be afraid to spam FX. If you look at the best producers on here(xkore comes to mind), their project files are LOADED with sweeps up and downs. Its those nifty almost subliminal sounds that keep music interesting.

The bass tail on your kick is very long, which could be a preference. With a bass tail that present and long your leaving no space for a bassline, which again could be a preference but i tend to enjoy a nice groovy house bassline. The bass tail is so powerful in this song i would almost mistake it for hardstyle :P. Most of the big boys(you named feed me once) tend to have REALLLY short tails on their kicks, this leaves room for more bassline and an overall easier less muddy mix. Examine one of Feed me's EQ if ya dont believe me.

Its probably just me but i dont really enjoy that clap. A lot of people use it(or similair ones) and i just find it tiny and uninteresting. I would have used a different one, but that 200% personal preference.

Keep this work up sir and soon youll be pro as a motherfucker. you're almost there, just work on your melody and FX mainly.

Good day.


DLBeezy responds:

Much thanks for the review. I fully agree with all of your suggestions. Just to save myself from a huge wall of text. I even notice the emptiness in my songs, yet I'm too lazy to fill it up. Hah.


auroalee1auroalee1

Rated 3 / 5 stars

It's ok,

There's to much looping going on. you need to shorten the spaces in time btw the introduction of each new instrument. Make it a little faster to get that beat effect.


DLBeezy responds:

Yeah well fuck you then. Cunt. Heh. Naw. I realize this is really long and lengthy and a pain to listen to. But, not bad for like 2 hours of producing, no?


DJHeatDJHeat

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good Job

It's pretty good, but even though this is a house song, intro is too long, cut it back a bit unless your going to make the song longer, I loved the synth that came in at about 1:10, the song is really repetative though and there are not many things to keep your attention, probably add more FX, add more layers of synths, drums and percussion is great though.
Overall great job :D Keep it up :D
8/10
4/5


DLBeezy responds:

Oy yeah. It is very bare I know. I plan too make this track very full. I'm missing a much needed pad and some background bass.