|Originally posted by chris marsh |
no worries mate i hope it was of some use
i just imported into my sequencer for a more detailed listen. Ahh i see what you mean, the SC compression with the kick on the sub, perhaps you might want to adjust the attack and release settings a little? maybe a shorter attack and release time might work better with this bass, just to get it out the way of the kick
soloing your low end it actually sounds pretty damn tight to me, but i would stick with the suggestions of making your very low end mono, (EDIT - in fact i made your track mono from about 150 hz downwards as a test and got better readings on the phase meter, and the tune sounded tighter) and also getting that other bass sound out of the way of the sub, and high passing everything to make sure that sub has space
i watched in an in depth tutorial from an amazing DnB producer yesterday and he even high passes his sub at around 25 HZ, kick at 100 HZ (but of course the exact frequencies depend on the tune)
its got some really nice width to it, which is something i need to work on, as you rightly pointed out. what do you usually do to achieve that?
but of course its all subjective and thats just my opinion so please take it with a pinch of salt.
its a really nice tune dude! its chilled and musical but at the same time has some real balls on it!
First of all Chris I really appreciate your time and suggestions man - I know that a lot of things depend on producer personal taste and his vision for his work, so some of us will try to do different things to achieve desire results - in my case I like to play with reverb, auto-pan, simply delay and stereo image to expose current or active instrument/sound. My goal is to create adequate space between all of my sounds and work on special sounds theme (like specific blend of sounds for particular vibe of the track) to get to certain melodic state for my production - if this make any sense
Please let me know if there is something specific you would like me to go through man?
I like that freedom with no boundaries, no restrictions, no rules setup by somebody else – it's only me and my music.
Last edited by TranceLover007 on Aug-23-2017 at 05:25