Have you worked on dubstep before? It sure sounds like it. It's not bad, but I think it'd be better if it had an actual melody. Of course that is just personal preference xP Either way, your bass is pretty epic- a lot of dubstep artists on here need to add moar bass to their works. Drums work well with the bass, and snare is interesting. What is it?o.o It also makes a pretty epic loop xD
Anyways, check out xKore, or Blizzaine for bass and dubstep that has a melody.
Sorry if this review isn't full or whatever.^^; I'm a little tired still.
Hey man, yea, i've worked on dubstep before but failed miserably whilst getting to grips with Reason 5. I think the software is no longer my main problem anymore as i've messed about with it loads and know a fair bit about how it works x)
Been trying to brush up on my music "theory" the last couple of days and weeks; getting to know how to harmonise notes so that i can keep my bass sounding epic :D
The drums on this one just seemed to fit by pot luck and a bit of knowledgable tweaking of the settings of my samples :)
As for the snare, i think i downloaded it in a free sample pack (from boyinaband dot com) and it is called "snare21" . I slightly modded the sample to make the exact sound you hear in this (made it shorter and harder hitting).
As for xKore, Blizzaine, etc i can safely say i already have most of their work downloaded to my music library on my computer x)
Dubstep probably delivers about 80%+ of my listening pleasures x)
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