I love the drums, allways changing and makes a awsome flow. but this sounds more like Drum´n Base than House?
ahh pitty :P
long time bo review - the drums a re a little too loud for my liking - but I like the atmosphere you got gonig on in this song :)
sorta reminds me of 90s british music - even daft punk - very groovey-funk-ish - I likes :)
keep on makign music pitty - dunno if you still do anymore..
oh my god!
de ja vu has taken hold, on this night, wow, i have dreamt reading this review, in context as time given anjd gone........me responding....... errrr yea. u may be a tiny but inegral part to my reformation. alot of this old tracsks im going back to, remaking, this track, unfortunately will be hard to remake, was one of my last tracks with THE band, hence no singer. i mixed the shit on this, rhodes, syntage and shit, drum loops.......yes i know. like i said your comment was/is fatist, ive seen this one posted and now i get it. slow and impressive is the new motto. watch out for 2012, ripping a new arsehole
This is what I call music!
You put it togheter amazing.
Not much to say, keep up the good work!
thankyou, very much, glad you emjoyed it. keep coming back as i'm always adding stuff.
To be honest, I like some of your other stuff better but this was still an awesome track.
I haven't yet listened to all of your submissions but from what I've heard so far I'm going though right now and 5'ing up all of your tracks.
Keep it up - I'm looking forward to hearing more from you!
thanks very much mate for taking the time to listen and review, this is actually a contiuation of rising of the land part one, i do think the 1st parts a lot better lol.
I'm glad u like my stuff, there'll b more comin up in the coming weeks, basically i've just been uploading my back catalougue, ive tonnes of unfinished tracks but it's just finding the time to do em, again thanks, i'll have a look at ur stuff soon, return the favour.
Cool. That's some nice bass playing. What program did you use to make this?
nice one man, thanks for the review. I do all my work in cubase, i plug in various synths, i got this cool tiny yamaha which is ancient but i love the lil bugger, and i use an electric and an electro acoustic guitars, the electric doubles as bass, just need to tweak the mofo with plugins and u get a fat sound, i generally use samples for me drums, don't worry they're all royalty and copyright free, i always make sure of that. Basically i use cubase like a tape recorder, i was brought up with live rigs and stuff like that so i don't venture to far into midi and stuff like that even tho i know how to do it, i just prefer a 'live' sound. Yea so Cubase sx is the programme i use, n wavelab for editing.
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