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Date
01/22/2012
File Info
Song
6.7 MB
3 min 39 sec
Score
4.53 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.53 / 5 stars
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900 Plays | 49 Downloads
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Genres:
Hip Hop, Rap, R&B - Hip Hop - Olskool
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Author Comments

You gotta admit,
It sounds like "nod" a little...

Seriously, this is my favorite beat so far
And this is one of the first after I properly learned how to sample
So PLEEEEEASE review,
This one was made from the heart and soul

***EDIT
Added bass
Lower resonance
Better Mastering

*Contains sample from:
Arthur Verocai- No Boca Do Sol

***yes, the same song flipped by:
Ludacris- Do The Right Thang (prod. by 9th Wonder)
MF Doom- Onion Powder Root
Polyrythmic Addicts- Zonin' Out [Remix]
Polyrythmic Addicts- Zonin' Out (both prod. by DJ Spinna)

but mines is better lmao

Reviews


TheFantasyClubTheFantasyClub

Rated 3 / 5 stars March 6, 2012

Sampling correctly is (by far) harder than most people think.

A bad sample can drive your song to a 0 quicly.

That's not the best you can do.

I learned a lot from Team-Dix (he is a master). You can listen from him.


ThaKidd responds:

I know how to sample, actually really well. I'm not tryna put you down but I think I said this is one of the first songs where I learned how to sample properly. I don't post songs on here after I make them. This song is a good half year old. Check out my newer stuff, they're better.


DJ-FrostDJ-Frost

Rated 3 / 5 stars January 22, 2012

Mastering could be better...

To take care of that static on the high end during the build, try decreasing the resonance or lower the appropriate frequency. Nice job on the low end tho. I felt myself going deff like i just came out of the club lol.


ThaKidd responds:

I love the ending too, I put the final up if you wanna take a listen


DJDureagonDJDureagon

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 22, 2012

Why cut the bass out?

I quite like it a lot. I was groovin to the section 1:45-1:58 where the bass came though more. I wish it was more present throughout the song. Even if in smaller sections. I like the concept of the track. The drums are.... different. Well not really. I would have used different ones. But, thats liek saying i would have made a different song. They oddly work. The ending is unique and i think it works well.


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ThaKidd responds:

Hey DJ, (btw I downloaded a few of your instrumentals soooo respect)
Well first things first, I actually didn't put any bass in it. At all. So that's why the bass sounds cut out. It was a last decision, and I have done this beat over so many times, its kinda bouncing around in my head if I should do something else with it. And I agree with you about the drums. I listened to this beat so many times, I had changed my opinion about it too. Nevertheless, I still have a long way to go in my decision making...

Thanks for the review though!