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Apr 19, 2007 | 2:57 AM EDT
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858.1 KB
22 sec
3.77 / 5.00

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Rated 3.77 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Drum N Bass

Author Comments

Playing around with some vinyl ripped loops. Came up with this.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

You're not the only one who likes Tramen...

nuff said. also where can i get some good vocals like the ones in this?

cant wait for the- oh wait its done >D

bladerunner627 responds:

Thanks :). As far as the vocals go, I can simply say that Rap/Hip-Hop songs are a good place to start. I get mine from various songs.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

A fun little track.

It did leave me wondering though..."Where's the bass?"

It really had a very "tin can" sound to it, but that was the only problem. Hey some like it high and gritty *shrug*. Throw a little EQ to it and it's good to go.

bladerunner627 responds:

ChocloMan zero bombed the completed NG Edit, so please review that one instead. Thanks anyways!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

fuckin fabric

buffering... the story of my life...
someones gonna get sued but yeh, can't fault it for what it is, pure club dirt

bladerunner627 responds:

"someones gonna get sued but yeh"
How is that so? This break is in the public domain. It's a vinyl rip, more so it's a variation of the Amen break.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Hey blade, haven't seen you around in awhile.

I love that drumbeat in there. Some nice reverse drums in there. The breaks were good. Nice slicey.

The bassline was pretty cool. The bass tone was good. But it was missing a big oomgh ya know.

My suggestion is too add a subbass underneath the one you got there. It will really make it sound so much better. to get a good subbass just use a low sinewave with a bassy eqing.

The vox were cool and made it sound like something I'd hear off a Dieselboy LP.


bladerunner627 responds:

Thanks :) for the review SineRider. I haven't been active on NGAudio lately, but I do what I can. If you were wondering what that break is called, it's Tramen aka Sniper. It's a variation of the Amen break. I don't remember what vinyl set I got it off though.