Dat zelda OOT Intro
Well it starts up and has a very bizarre feel to it I think. The slightly reversed sounding intro is weird and then it kicks up to a full piece that is completely awesome and pretty cool as well. Very nice and smooth drum and bass piece I think which is pretty cool anyways. The tune does get you pumped up though while you play some video games.
The synth is pretty sweet I think and very nicely worked in as it carries a slight retro feel to it. The bass is very nice sounding and quite thick while helping make the song very enjoyable to listen to I think. The drums are cool and very rapid pace here as well which keeps it great feeling I think. Some parts make me think of a boss battle though.
Overall, very nicely done drum and bass piece.
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I really liked the build up you've put together here. The drums sound pretty good for the most part, and side-chain the leads pretty well when needed. What I noticed most with this submission is that it has many good Drum-and-Bass-Qualities, but certain parts are lacking a lot in comparison to the Acid-bass part that you've produced.
You could probably make this a lot better if you change some of these things:
- The drums need percussive backup badly (sounds kinda fake the way they are)
- The leads that first come in are pretty annoying, and not equalized very well (if at all)
- A good portion of your drum kit is being drowned out by the Too-loud lead
- The volume of this song actually drops @ 2:10
- These samples all need to be equalized and mastered better
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Pretty good, actually.
I think it needs a lot more polishing, though.
Try to stray away from that same chord progression you've got.
it got a bit repetitive.
Also, kick needs to be much more 'punchy', ya know?
And you need a harder snare, too.
All in all, it's a great track.
Lots of great ideas. (:
Keep goin', bro.
Thanks. I'll keep those things in mind.
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