just love it
Best stuff I ever heard love the wobble, the drop, all the effect and yeah that reggae beat.
this my favorite of all my favorites
Thanks dude glad you enjoyed it :)
A big premise in my reviews is that I don't care about what score I give to you, because I care more about the words I say.
So 10 out of 10. xD
This track is very unique in my opinion, the way you mixed various styles into one major structure. The transitions sound pretty smooth and there's definitely a good flow in your song, from the edgy trembling synths to the wobbling bassline typical of Dubstep, to the raggae-like groove carried throughout the three and a half minutes. I feel however that some parts still need some polish and better EQ, as I can hear overcompression problems dealing with the bass frequencies and indeed the kicks. Although the main theme sounds a bit generic and it's repeated twice, it still sounds refreshing enough for a re-listen. Next time you could add more themes and, possibly, instruments in order for the track to be even more enjoyable.
Take your time and you'll succeed. :D
Thanks for the review going to take all this into consideration
Its got a cool feel, but the wobbles could be a bit mor dirty, you could also work on your groove a bit more, I suggest checking out Ruskos Masterclass on youtube.
Ill be sure to check that out
I like the beginning... first thing I noticed though is that you should cut the little click off of the end of that xKore snare lol :D
The piano sounds cool and the reggae vibe it gives is pretty nice. I can get into it.
The intro is actually really good, but I found the drop rather anticlimactic; it lacked any impact and kind of just happened. The bass pattern itself was not bad and had some good edits, but with the feel you were going for, the bass sounds could have been heavier. Try a little more distortion or something to get some more texture to make your basses more interesting.
The part that started at 1:24 was a nice section, I liked the introduction of the lead and I was feeling the vibes. The lead kind of overpowers everything else though.
Overall it's not bad, but the drop is definitely lacking in power and interesting-ness.
And also, "if you hate it GTFO" is never a good thing to say to your audience.
The GTFO is for the zero bombers lol
Production is pretty clean. everything comes through nice. has an reggae dub feel to it. the drop could hit harder with some more under lying synths that phade in and out to give it a more dramatic effect and stuff. if you develop the drum patterns in more detail the track would be 10 times better since its a pretty basic beat throughout and drumstep is known for its insane drum patterns. you started to do it with some nice fills. towards the end but just adding an off beat drum or snare in some spots will spice up the track a lot more. Drumstep is usually 170 bpm btw so i don't think this is actual drumstep but i understand what you mean by it. overall its good. keep it up.
Yeah i know what you mean it is at 170BMP. It was my first real try at drumstep thanks for the tip gonna try some new stuff next time
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