love the snare
dubsteps all about the massive snare man if hasnt got a mahooosiiivve snare its not dubstep lol keep it up
Not too bad. Requires more "Heavy," so to speak
Mos' definitely an interesting dub song, my friend. It reminded me of something Triage would write. The beginning is really ambient, which I love quite a bit. However, I was hoping for a MUCH heavier drop. In my opinion, you have to approach the dub drop like a metal breakdown: You build up all this suspense to it, and then you just hammer it with all this gut-wrenching energy that makes the crowd go wild. For examples, I'd listen to anything by The Bassist, and don't be afraid to check out August Burns Red, Asking Alexandria, or Between the Buried and Me for examples of the perfect breakdown. Pendulum has this absolutely BADASS dub breakdown in their new song "Salt in the Wounds" on their Myspace right now; THAT is the best example I can possibly give, because it blends the electronica elements with the metal elements in ways that made my brain explode (and probably will make your brain explode too). Ponder on it! But other than that, I love the tune; it's like Mario got ahold of an RPG and decided to let all hell break loose in the Mushroom Kingdom!
as said below or just lower the pitch of the snare, that should also work...
i feel a hard clap would suit the bass more. the snare you currently have just sticks out too much, but it doesn't blend with anything. i love your melodies, though.
I have guts.
I listen to this on my speakers. Sounds nice.
In my opinion, the only thing I don't like too much is that synth you used for the first 50 s... probably due to the melody, peculiar :/.
But I'm digging this dubstep bass! kicked ass :D
And it sounds like a nice preview so I don't worry.
thanks for the review, i think you're right about the intro melody, but im kinda out of inspiration atm :)
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