I like most of your beats, man. My only issue is the drums: I try to refine my drums in my work, to make them sound more realistic. I know that we're using heavy software, but if you use like FL Studio's Soundgoodizer and Limiter, it can send not only drums into a great sounding position, but you can use it to increase synthesizer value as well. Assuming you are using FL Studio, what plugins do you have at hand?
yeah, I know.
I use FL studio 10 Producer Edition.
For one thing (at least if you were referring to the drums only on this track), the quality of the drum samples I'd used on this track weren't the best to start with (I'd thrown the track you see here up in less than 30 minutes). The quality of this track was (purposefully) made shit, and it's the compression that makes this sound so bad. I think I actually did fairly good for mixing it this quickly, honestly. Check the link below to see what it really sounds like (32 bit floating WAV instead of 22.05 KHz MP3 w/ 112 kbps)
And if you're just saying all of my drums in general, I think I do pretty good at them, and I do in fact a lot of the time spend a good 30 mins to an hour working on just EQ'ing the percussion and sounds. Although, maybe that's what you mean.
Also, which tracks does this apply to (or only this one)?
Anyways, thanks for taking the time to review, and... How do you do your kicks in the hardstyle songs? I've always wanted to make a good one, just never could figure it out. If you could just PM me the answers to this then... yeah, do that.
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