MAKEM MORE THIS IS GREAT
MAKEM MORE THIS IS GREAT
I absolutely love the side-chaining on the bass sound for the intro. At least, I think it's side-chaining... xD. 1:41, epik melody. This is very.. mystical sounding. Very, very unique. I haven't ever heard anything quite like it before... I like it =).
I love it. I rave to this all the time(not really).
...now I wasn't planning on reviewing this one...
Because I neither downloaded it, nor fav'd it, but it's pretty good. I'm not sure who B.B. is, but it sounds like the Satisfaction thing I've heard that goes well when thinking of Stephen Hawking LOL (blame YTMND.) Umm, it honestly sounds like some Egyptian/Greek/Roman rave beat, but more mostly Egyptian 'cause of the high-pitched whatever you threw in there...that and the bells as well...reminds me of pyramids (not your submission)...haha, THOUGHT!!: what if there were people who decided to rave inside pyramids? Anyways, it's pretty good now that I think of it. Nice for nights, or even sunsets, 'cause it's like something big's gonna happen later on. Love what you did with the bass drum. I'll never figure it out...aww heck, I'm gonna download...just because it's so epically Egyptian-Satisfaction sounding...you've done it again =^_^=
lol it's compression dude. whenever the kick hits, the rest of the song automatically gets quieter. also, don't tell anyone, but the kick is directly sampled out of Satisfaction. i might get in trouble :O
I have been playing the hell out of Benny Benassi's album Hypnotica lately. And although you haven't unlocked his secret bass sound that he puts in nearly every track, all square and sine wavey roundish, you still have a good deep bass. When the bells come in--meh not so much. But the clap/snare that follows is very similar and hot. After that point the song follows the Benassi style well. Cheers! Unfortunately it just doesnt have that sound (but it is so damn close). The "sound" that I refer to is that fact that every time I listen to a Benassi track I wanna sex my girl up. The music is just sexy.
Don't forget that he loves to place that odd filter on his synths while using a reverb in the intro of many of his songs lol!
All said and done-I still like this track very much. Great job on the kick choice. You did way better than I could have ;p
Keep it wildstyle!
it's originally a spoof anyway, so it doesn't have the right to be perfect :P benassi's bass is a matter of putting a really low sine bass under the saw, and, of course, massive reverb on the high end and tons of compression.
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