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9.5 MB
4 min 10 sec
4.19 / 5.00

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Rated 4.19 / 5 stars
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This track is a mix of rap,trap and dubstep all at once bringing you interest feels of my personal bass thanks you for listening hope you liked :D



Rated 2 / 5 stars

Oh dear lord this is certainly different.

The Good:
-I like how the synth at the beginning has a slightly confusing rhythm which is pretty interesting. It almost seems like it's a bit faster than the tempo.
-Somewhat original idea, genre-combination is pretty cool.

The Not-So-Good:
-Oh man, the mixing gets REALLY muddy very quickly after 0:13. The high-hats are extremely loose and cause some mud from the long decay time. The kick is also very indistinct.
-Transition at 1:13 seems fairly awkward, it disrupts the flow.
-The wobbles aren't very dubsteppy. There's not enough of a sub-bass due to the loose drums, and they have far too much treble.
-There's a lot of off-key sound at about 1:49 and on in the higher synth. It's clear at about 2:14 - this is out of tune with the rest of the chords.
-This needs a lot of levelling work, some of the instruments stick out far too much while other ones are pushed far to the back.
-Transition at 2:43-3:06 seems really out-of-place. After that is more off-key sound.

Overall: There's a lot of off-key sound, the mixing is very muddy particularly because of the drums, and levelling needs quite a bit of work. While there's a good idea behind it and some cool sounds/synths, they need to be put together a bit better. If you haven't had any experience with music theory, it's generally a good idea to at least know the scales and chords. For mixing, try to keep frequencies away from each other, and remember that loose drums can overflow into other parts of the mix.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Great intensity and ideas, but there are some quirks that make it a bit rough around the edges: those transitions are jarring, to put it mildly, and some of the sound choices are a bit strange...I just wish that there was a punchy, attack-heavy snare or clap to go with that white-noise cymbal thing that's through most of the backbeats.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is awesome! I may be mistaken, but the chant you have in the beat, is the from a sample pack called Big White Chants, by any chance? I have something that sounds exactly the same. :P Anyway, love this tune, man!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I don't really like dubstep, but I dont mind this song. I actually like it. I love the drum beats, the synths, all the instruments you created. I like how your drum beats have vocals, I never heard that before. I think you need to work on the transitions. The problem with your transitions is that they don't really exist. It just goes from one part of the song to the next. If this was intentional for this kind of music, then ignore what I said about the transitions.

MrKle1n responds:

Thanks you very much i aprecciate honest reviews and opinions

certainly with tips ill keep that in mind thanks again bro :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


MrKle1n responds:

Thanks bro :D