Never really had that thought. Should consider making it, thanks for the plan. :3
I found this rather simple, which I like, but I agree w/ the volume automation completely on what Rampant said. Rather than that, I like it the way it is, but feel free to experiment.
Good luck, buddy, and keep it up. :D 10/10 5/5
I'm not usually a big fan of D'n'B, but this was pretty good. It sounds like a sweet underground club, but for people who are way cooler than me.
Just a couple of suggestions:
- don't be afraid of panning! (Everything sounds like it's centered -- it doesn't sound too bad here.) For example: the lead synth at the beginning of the piece could be doubled -- one track could be panned hard left, the other hard right; it will make the instrument (and the whole track) sound fuller.
- volume automation! (There are some odd fader controls on the drums -- they come up to volume a little quickly at the beginning of the track and then, at the end, the volume on the drums seems to jump up a little in the middle of a measure.)
- You're missing the reverb tail at the end of the track... and that saddens me :( (lol I'm not *that* much of an audio nerd.)
- The bass feels a little too clean. (Compared to the rest of the track, and especially the drums, I think the bass should be grittier and more aggressive.)
Oh, and it needs more cowbell. (Or not.)
That's just my feedback, though. You can take as much or as little as you want from it.
Detailed feedback <3. You're one of the good ones :)
Thanks a ton! I will take all of those into consideration.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.