Ignore people saying you need to work on the wobble, people seem to forget dubstep started out sounding like this. Don't ruin this track with a the typical mediocre Mid-range bass wobble, I think the only thing you really need to do is add some instrumental (such as a string instrument like violin) or add some sort of synth after the drop.
Nah son it was good.
Sub bass was really good. not enough wobble like they said but if u leave this sub the way it is cuz i really like it and add another wooble on top of this or add a synth like in your intro then it will be badass.
Thanks man. This was made in about 20 minutes so I din't exptec much, just experimenting around with styles.
One Main Problem
I kinda like the intro and all but theres one main problem at the drop when the sub bass came in i was like ok here it comes then........NOTHING happen it just kinda died. But i think this could be alot better if u go and make the sub bass a actual wobble bass so mess with the LFO a lil and give it a lil more bass.
Yeah, just messin' around with styles atm. Thanks for the feedback though.
Don't apologize for your intro!
It's great, but I love my drawn out intros. . .
most dubstep wobble should be both massive and, well wobbly. Your wobble was a little lacking in both, it needs to be a little heavier and I'd go into the LFO and alter the wobble so it isn't the same all the way through. Honestly I liked the slow intro better than the "Dubstep"
Also I'd layer it up a bit more, so you have more than your drums and the bass going, that way it doesn't get boring. . .
Intro gets 9/10
Dub/sub bass gets 5/10
Hrm. Well. I was going for the wobble that I got. I know it's not exactly to everyone preference but it sounds like Benga, which is another style I was trying to copy. Just messin' around with styles. Thanks for the review though.