Yo man, awesome dance track :D
I love the kick and the melody!
However there's one big issue, the mix!
If you manage to mix this song tighter, it'll be epic!
Here's what you can do:
-remove the reverb from the background, there's too much of it and it makes the mix muddy.
-remove the gated part of the kick, just take a kick sample that his a punch and a sub.
- equalize the instruments so you have a clean frequency balance, the leads should only fill the mids and high freq.'s, while the kick's sub and the bass should mainly fill the lower ends. Try not to make things interfere, so you'd have a clean and tight mix.
- the bass sounds a bit distorted at some points, lower its volume.
That's my advice :)
Keep up the good work, your a promising artist!
5/5 - 4.12 / 5.00 (+ 0.15)
Thanks for your support =]
But just, when the bass starts, I removed the ated part of the kick, it just appears in the beginning.
There's that reverb in the background to fill up a little more, and give it an ambience feeling. I'll take a look at that in the next song, pay attention to the reverbs, if it's not too much.
And yeah, the bass is distorted, but it's not because of the volume, also I put it a Limiter, so I could make it stronger but not loud. =]
Thanks for your tips, I'll pay attention to that next time.
nice ! still can be better ^^
two things, the intro is kinda too long, just a bit, but still fuse nicely with the whole song, second, i think that a little faster version could be better, but anyway, great job !
Excellent. First Rate Music
Once again Kinosel has hit a home run w/Worms. We expect strong, driving percussion and we get it. It builds in well-knit layers until the last 30 seconds, then tapers.
If you haven't seen the movie "Alien" (the one w/Sigourny Weaver abandoning ship in her underwear) then this remark will not resonate. The beginning of Worms with its spooky undertone instantly reminded me of "Alien's" spookiness and ignited that imagery in my mind. Which was sort of "icing on the cake."
I also like the three tone-tone-tone's which Kinosel layered in under the main driving beat. They're like signals or something and make the song even more interesting. Then there's a harsh beat which realy sounds like someone is beating down the door.
Kinosel puts this all together for the second half of the song in a really satisfying way. The three tones are still there underneath and re-emerge underneath..
I wish I could put my finger on the nature of that spooky sound which Kinosel brings in at the beginning. I can only say it's Alien-like and leave it at that. Forgive me if I lack the musical knowledge to label things. I only know what I like, and I like Worms.
This is really good work by an increasingly skilled and creative artist. I keep asking where I can buy a CD but I think Kinosel's marketing division is more interested in doing the...Shuffle.
This is quite the song, I sure like it Good Rhythm, and i dont hear anything out of the ordinary to mess it up. Again Quite nice
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.