Originally Posted by bateman.
Cool that you're branching out into different beats, i like this.
I'm still not sure where i stand on rapping over dubstep, i think i just prefer to hear the drums and bass alone. This track has a nice ambience to it, i've never much liked the "rwaaarrrwww" sound in dubstep, so i don't feel that so much.
I think maybe you could work on getting more clarity in percussion, getting your drums to hit a bit harder, but apart from that i like it.
okay cool , thanks. Yeah I didn't make the beat , its my co-producer Da Freyzaz. We just started working together and this was the first thing we did.
He produced this track and mixed and mastered it.
We're working on a sound called progressive Dub-Hop
Thanks for listening Bateman , we'll get it right and you'll love a song in no time.
Originally Posted by Chevy Chase
I don't like nothing about dubsteb, but a quick tip for you that will benefit you... your waveforms look like a shoebox. It's like a wall of noise. There needs to be contrast between the drums and other sounds. And that'll give the drums more impact. And won't fatigue the listeners ear. I can barely listen to a minute of your uploads.
I know what you are talking about. We been through this.
You like that song "It aint a game (it used to be)" where I sampled Zelda , I know you do. Well I gave Da Freyzaz the Zelda sample and he recreated the beat and ITS A MONSTER!!!
The next song coming from us is alot more open and intricate. The EQ is ten times better too.
that's pretty much all I can say. I know for the most part you dont like my mixing and I know why , I don't like it for the same reason. I didn't produce this track though , Da Freyzaz did and if you are unhappy with his production just wait because he got bangers on deck for sure. You'll see
thanks for listening and leaving an honest critique , that's the name of the game