it make me think about a death core breakdown concept... maybe you can continiu on this sugestion the rest of the song... (good ass alwais)
Great idea! =D I've been contemplating it now...just gotta sit down and find time to record some vocals and guitar!
A, sort of B and sort of C
In my opinion, the Bass could have a little more low frequency, to give it a more phat effect. Not the high wobble at the end of the loop, of course :]
The snare needs a bit more lower frequency (as well) in my opinion, and has to be a little shorter and stronger. I'm sure I'm not the only one, I like my snares firm and not too 'psshh'. I don't know if it's reverb, but It could be a little shorter.
The bassdrum is indeed nice and poppy, but it could use a little more low frequencies and slightly more volume to make it more punchy. (Don't know if you want punchy, poppy or both :P)
Well, these are just my suggestions. I think I might buy it sooner or later, now I've made my first step into the genre :P
Nonetheless, you've made a good choice :D
Thanks for the input! Yeah, I've discovered when it comes to snares that it's more personal preference, I think. I've been experimenting with combining acoustic snare samples with my electronica ones, and the result is a little strange but works in some cases. "Pshhhh" I think is good in intro phases for the most part, where you need more ambiance, but a clippy sort of snare is what you need in the body as you suggest, and that's good. The hardest part of low frequencies is getting them to blend properly; sidechaining helps, but is not the end all be all. Levels are more important in my opinion. I'll see what I can do in my future projects! =D Thanks again for the input!
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.