Could be longer!
This is great man!
Ok man first let me say that this track is f*CKING cOOl!
Lets begin to review Inepty...
Nothing to say here,it could be a 10 but u used the always cool but too popular between DnB artists 4 notes background Rob D's "Clubbed to Death" style!
many variations and tons of drum loops ^_^
-Clarity:9 Everything is nice man,ah...yeah,the vocal sample hurted my ears for no evident reason :-(
-Effort:9 Yeah,like Paragon said u used drum loops...but i don't care 'bout it ^_^
If something is cool is cool!
(ehi Inepty i need an info...what's the name of the drum loops which join the melody at 00.50 sec?)
hey, thanks for the in depth review, zero. you are easily one of my favorite artists on here. i love your Immortal Reptile MK Remix.
the break you're talking about is a variation of the Firefight break. at 50s i started an 8 bar (20s) series of chops and remixes on it. i can send you the original break or the actual splices if you'd like them. i'm usually on AIM - Soccer4860.
in the meantime, for some other cool/crazy breaks, check out Detonate.Your.Soul and One Tasty Breakbeat Sandwich. The second, while less crazy, is my favorite of my DnB work so far. very fluid.
Hmmmm, niceeeeee :)
keep that style men
your hard kickin beats are the shit dawg
Ok, but very easy to remake :S
It sounds pretty good and all but the thing is that as a musician I know how easy this was to make...
Breaks you've used:
- Dinky Break (Scotty)
- Amen+Samurai link
(Names can be different in other samplepacks)
- A Saw Bass with Phase FX...
- Some sort of Dist Guitar...
- Some Scratchy Voice FX ...
"It's too easy to remake this" (Which is not good)
The biggest magic are in the Breaks that were used.
- If you make your own beats instead of using
pre-made loops it'll get more Original Sound.
And it's much more fun to make beats by yourself im telling you...
- Try using more synths and lots of crazy FX...
-* Go download some DNB Mixes and listen to them for a while, See for yourself.. trust me...
Good job anyways... :)
Hope these tips will help you alot...
i'm quite happy to get a review from you. i consider you and dreamscaper to be the top of the line here.
but i do beg to differ with you astute observations on how incredibly easy this was to make, and, seeing as how i am the one who made it, i believe that i have the upper hand. i'm not a little thirteen year-old churning out premade samples and breaks.
you're exactly correct on the bass and synth, which are a crappy phase bass and filtered guitar with distortion. impressive. they suck, i know.
but the breaks, though they may have been differently named samples, were a LOT of work. each series differing at all from the original break was mixed entirely by myself. i prefer this to making my own beats entirely, which i can do as well, simply because it gives it a cooler sound when the cymbals and reverb that are already in the loop cut off and on in the rearrangement process of breaking them down. someone noted goldie below, and i think it corresponds somewhat.
regardless, thank you for your tips and review. :)
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.