You definitely got some potential in this track. Work on EQ'ing this so more. The "yoi" sound is to loud and needs to be lowered some. Overall tho this has great structure. Keep up the work and keep making more and you will see improvement in no time! If you get the chance check out some of my dubstep and let me know what you think.
i agree with toxinjection its different also i like that the banana guy is in it (peanut butter jelly time!)
This was actually nicer to listen to than most amateur dubstep I end up hearing, mainly because it isn't just overbearing un-EQ'd bass from the drop onwards. You put breaks in every now and then between the basslines with synths, and I really like that. It's different.
Of course, there's always room for improvement though. You might want to make your kick heavier, and you GOTTA add some hats. The drum pattern sounds way too empty without them. The snare isn't actually that bad though. I usually prefer to hear a crisper snare that resonates more, however, though that's more of a personal standpoint if anything.
You might actually want to use more synths after the drop as well. After the drop, the entire song feels much too empty. Some pads can help with that, and a sub-bass would work out wonderfully too. Also think about volume mixing, as someone mentioned below. Sometimes, some of your synths should be way more quieter, or it just ends up sounding uncomfortable to listen to after a while.
It's not too bad. It's different than most, and that's nice, but you still got a long way to go. You have good ideas though, and I'd like to see those come out more as you keep improving (:
Hey! Thanks for commenting im going to upload a new song check it out!
The progression of the song itself isn't that bad.
Most of the song is open and vacant from much of anything to listen to.
Mix in some high hats with your Kick and Snare.
Give them a little shuffle so they're not too mechanical sounding.
While your bass is loud and powerful, there's still vacant space beneath it.
I recommend finding some deep subs to play under your bass.
Some of the synths are too loud and over-ruling over the other sounds.
Some volume mixing shouldn't hurt.
As well some things like digital strings or pads could help you fill in those vacant spaces.
I could see you using pads for a climatic introduction.
Anyways, good luck!
3/5 for undecided
This is a old song check out the new one!
You should maybe add some HiHats and get a punchy snare/clap.
Old! Check out the new one!