Nice track, but...
Awesome mix. Just one problem. Too much sub. I'm wearing headphones and it's too much, I can only imagine what this sounds like on my speakers... oh wait, I CAN listen to this with my speakers... and it sounds a lot better here. Still, you should try to do a better job mastering your tracks so that no one gets left out. If you're making a track to get signed, make sure you've mastered a track so that it sounds good on ALL speaker formats and not just yours. Potential buyers won't be interested in listening to a track if it leaves them out of the loop.
Great track, just a tad too much bass. Also, layer that amen. I love using that kit, but I try to hide it under another kit through layering. I get a lot of shit from people when I use the amen break in my compositions. Great kit, but we know that already :3
Good luck sir!
Wow, I didn't use an amen break. Also it's not being signed for re-sale, just for spinning in the clubs. I think I already said this in the description.
Again, no amen break. Drums are original. Alot of drumming for dnb and jungle uses the same format as the amen break, you're most likely hearing the tune and recognising the same junglist / olskool sounds but no to the amen break itself being sampled!
[EDIT] Oh at the beggining, i thought you meant in my main break. haha i'm quite the fool. yeah amen sample used there. But its not a straight cut of the amen. its only the hats which i cut off in cubase and ableton. note the kick is not the amen kick and the snare is 20 hz lower. snare was taken from a previous song of mine called give to god. haha sorry about the mix up people!
Love the drums too, an with the monks it just rocks :D
This song is awsome. 5/5 ---Everythig Dark---
hehe cheers dude, i hope you listened to the whole thing because it gets really massive at the end. it drops at about 2 minutes into the massive beats.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.