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Hi guys, i'm really excited to show my new track "Resign", an really amazing dubstep track that shows all the Hardness of the Basses into a Melody!

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Wow! Really like your idea and its final result, but as I sometimes do, here are some tips from me:

First of all, I feel like some of your sounds are a bit dry (e.g. this melody at the beginning), so adding a reverb would do a lot of job! :)

Another thing is that the song feels kinda empty, but don't worry because a lot of people struggle with this. Actually adding some ambiences or atmospheres (e.g. these from Cymatics, but there are many on the internet in some packs so you can find some really cool) would both fill your frequencies so the song would feel fuller and more glued together, and it will give your song a special vibe which won't be boring for the listener :D

The most important thing that also kinda lacks is mixing. Mixing is the most important part of making your track sound good. And I repeat - the most important part. It's basically like 90% of the success. Not mastering, but mixing (even tho a lot of people say that their songs sound bad because they are not mastered) What I mean by mixing is simply volume leveling (setting volume of each sound to the right level), as for example your drums are too loud comparing to your dubstep basses, EQ sounds if needed (if you have high quality samples you don't really need to EQ them heavily), etc. There are many tutorials on Youtube about mixing, for example from Jay Eskar (even tho he makes Future Bounce), or In The Mix has especially great tutorials c:

Overall I really like your track and it sound great, tho it needs some improvements. However it's never too late to learn! :) Keep up on making music as I see that you have potential.

Keep up the good work,

P.S. If you have any questions, feel free to DM me ;)

TheLeon13 responds:

Thanks Bleen for the amazing review that you'd made of my track, and yes, I'll take all the arguments and tips to make betters my next songs, and I'm so amazed by your comment, however, so much thanks for the Support! I'll use the tips and see examples and guides to mixing into my next projects!


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4.09 / 5.00

Jul 29, 2020
11:19 PM EDT
File Info
10 MB
4 min 23 sec

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