Going To Hell (Mash-Up)

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A tribute to the jungle room at The Asylum, enjoy loudly. This track is a mash-up remix of several of my favorite techstep/neurofunk tracks from between 2001-2003 which I remember hearing at The Asylum nightclub in Springfield, MA. Some of them I don't even know the names of, others I own on vinyl already. If anyone has heard the track at the beginning and knows what it is, please let me know, I've been looking everywhere!

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Why has this song such a low score? its a real beast!
2:14 is the part i love the most. Good buildup and powerful drums and bassline.
Can't say much more except that it's really dirty :) The name fits the song too.

I appreciated it.

Keep it up :)

Bassline is cool.

I'm kind of in agreement with whomever commented about the amen based loop. The track isn't bad but I've heard that break waaaaay too many times. The bassline is pretty meaty. I think it needs a lot more work on the mastering front. you should try layering lots of different "bread and butter" dnb breaks. using different EQ's on each loop to bring out / subdue certain parts so that all the loops come together into a new break.

And for a hint on how to get some nice dnb drum kits going...load some "real" sampled hits in, snares / hats / kicks etc. add some saturation to each, more on the snares than anywhere else though. and don't settle for one snare hit. layer 3 or 4 snares...and watch your transients!!

not a bad effort :)

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VegetarianMeat is totally right... the drums are awesome and powerful. You're the one who must've been reviewing something else. The drums in this are awesome. Everything is. Keep it up man.


the drums ruined it for me

the drums ruined it for me, they were fucking shit, i think the guy below me though he was reviewing something else.

The sound from 1.34 onwards though is awesome. 5 for that, except for the drums. your going to hell setup is really good, the synth is worth a 5, the drums however. negative alot

4AM responds:

The amen samples I used on the drum backup are really grainy, I've been playing around with re-creating it on my own without so much of that peircing high-end "glistening" you hear (it's a loop labeled "Firefight" if you ever come across it). It sucks because it's really subjective to the speakers you listen to it on, I've heard this track on a car stereo and it was fucking unbearable, but on my computer setup it sounds really good, as well as on other computers and actual stereos. YMMV, and a trebble-biased EQ will certainly make this painful.

Thanks for comments on the synth, one of my own invention way back in Reason 1.0! I'm thinking about using it as my main bassline tool, but even with all the parameters it has, I'm thinking I'll get boring over and over every track...

Now that's phat.

OK I gotta start of with the first thing that really stood out for me: the drums. Holy shit, they were just so...powerful and awesome. Beginning reminded me of a modem dialing up :P I love the whole bit where the synth goes higher and higher then the drums and heavily distorted synth (which is simply amazing) comes in. That's a 5/5 for me.

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3.75 / 5.00

Mar 22, 2007
1:39 AM EDT
Drum N Bass
File Info
3.4 MB
5 min 56 sec

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