Not bad :D
I really like the beat of this tune, and the drums don't sound half bad. I like the way everything is organized in this track as well, it sounds like you've got your drops all lined up properly :]
Things to look at:
- I think when people told you change it up, they meant melodically; the beats are right on, but your chord progressions are pretty repetitive here.
- I would definitely focus on the mastering of your tracks a lot more, what you have here is a good blueprint; you need to make sure that your drums have enough force and clarity to match up to "hip-hop industry standards" if you really want to get noticed!
Overall not bad, but could use a couple adjustments
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Needs better title
Well the track itself sounds great but I think the title could use a much better name that makes it sound more standing as well. Maybe Robot rap beat maybe? The beat itself doesn't sound too bad though and is rather enjoyable on the ears too. Very nice little beat.
The robotic voice feels a bit unneeded I think. The robotic synth gives a slight trance feel to the song that is nice on the ears I think. The bass is nice and smooth as well. The drums sound pretty cool, simple, and I like the claps you have added to it too to spice it up a bit.
Overall, just remove the robot voice and it will be just fine. Nice beat.
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"Insert title here"
Seriously, you need a better name, even for a work in progress :P
It's not a bad track - it has a few parts which need attention to, such as the fact that you've got 3-4 seconds of silence to finish it off - why not make it into a loop, thus giving this piece potential to be used in flash pieces?
The robotic voice you used is incomprehensible - if we knew what it was saying, you'd have a better feel for the track, I'm sure.
It builds up nicely and is begging for a melody or counter melody to take this elsewhere. My solution would be to loop this beat three times (after cutting it to remove the silence at the end) and then adding some more synths, to give it more form. Bring the robot in for a bigger part, as opposed to the mumbling at the start, so it could lead the vocals of the track.
There's a promise to this track, but it needs time and effort to bring it forth.
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ROBOT SEZ: NEEDS BETTER NAME. BEEP BOOP. lol
The bass-kick is very hip hop, so props on nailing down the spine for the genre. Yeah, I could see someone flowing to this, but I guess that's all it's really missing; the lyricist talent to fill out this segment. It's like a 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzle with a chunk missing.
...Using my imagination to fill in the gap, I surmise the beat is fine. I even enjoyed the creative license with the synth. The sampled robot voice though? I can't make heads or tails of what he's saying...at all. Not sure if that was intentional or not, but in my perspective it's a hiccup in the beat's momentum.
Additionally, if I were you, I would mix up that "clap" with other, similar sounding claps, or even a different sound effect altogether...as it becomes evident it's one sound file being played over and over again, it creates a sort of cheapening effect using nothing but repetition. This is really the only other thing I can criticize, though. Other than that and the garbled robot voice, this is a slick spine to any capable rapper's rhymes.
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send me a message in my inbox n ill help u out wit some mixin techs dat i use check my tracks n let me kno if u want my help but its not a bad song just needs some direction and tightenin up
Thanks bro, check your inbox lol
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