Reminds me more of the oldschool Dnb. Has the oldschool drum coating, with the slower tempo'd bass, which makes for a pretty mellow Dnb.
I did enjoy this.
Break it son, rip it into pieces.
That's what you did with those drums.
It was a *little* too "muddy". I felt it needed a little more, but still pretty bangin'.
now that is rare stuff, man. even if you're just using a simple amen break, it really carries everything well. i also love the other breaks you've used. this is brilliant in general haha
I was wondering...
if you ever tried switching up the bell part to a different lead, since it is the only instrument, besides some pad and bass. I dunno, maybe tamper around with something more...synthy?
short answer: no
long answer: no, because this was exactly the sound I was going for...spaced out, sparse, leaving the listener's own mind to fill in the blanks. All the pad I really wanted was the ringing feedback from the piano. And in terms of synths, hell no. Much prefer the acoustic sound.
dawn good ..
i never get the between parts after the snare or before the kick right ..
it never sounds like that when i make dnb.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.