Sounds more like fatty chocolate gatteau
warmed in the microwave with double cream.
Cheesecakez would have much higher frequencies (High-PRS with the majority of the EQ) and a fast arpeggio for the main melody. Cheesecake is far too thin for those drums. May i suggest a fast closed hi-hat with a high-pitch enigmatic snare (:
Haha well I like to think of warm cheesecake with hot fudge on it when I listen to this piece. I don't think I'll be revisiting this torture track though. Still I appreciate getting advice. I rarely get advice that actually makes sense. Usually its like "IDK dude this sounds funny you should fix it" lol. Anyways cheers!
a good start
I think you're off to a good start of a dubstep song, but your bass needs alot more power, as it being a reese I think it shouldn't be that hard of a job to add some extra dirtiness. Also I think the kick should stand out more / be more punchy , so it really gets the listener going.
As I said it's a good start, the melody is good but it needs work ;)
Thanks for the review mate, and ya this thing needs lots of work! Unfortunately I am limited to using a very very slow laptop nicknamed "Craptop." It couldn't handle anymore so I gave up and produced the final piece as is. Once the studio is fully up and running expect MUCH higher quality audio. Cheers!
Om Nom Nom
It didn't quite remind me of cheesecake, but it's great anyway, just like cheesecake :D
One might describe the bassline as cheezy. Like the old fat cheese synth!
This is awesome. I could rock some cheesecake while listening to this for sure. The beggining is a little shallow. And then the bass hits. Power to the patient.
Haha, thanks mate. I totally agree with the intro being shallow. I am at a lack of ability with my current DAW set up, so when I get all set up again I should be coming out with some top notch tracks. Thanks again for the kind words, and as always, Cheers!
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.