|Originally posted by Evolve140 |
I really like the first one and a half minutes, a nice gentle introduction to the track, and extremely easy to DJ - I'd let the nice bit with the bass and all the elements do 16 bars more before it loses the kick, let the floor get into it a little more, then come back in full power for at least 64 bars, you can do things like mess with with the reverb and FX to keep interest during this part, but don't let the energy drop one little bit (it does at the moment)
then bring the bit at 2:53 to 3:23 in, and cut it at 3.23 - no need for extended breakdowns in these kind of tracks, DC10 will just wander off the dance floor.. come back in with the bit at 3:40 - but make it a bit louder (the lead) and don't fade it, just come back in withe the main section (with the bass etc.)
kill that little wobbly second break 4:47 is what should be coming in and repeating 8 bars for a while.
The track could be really good, but it's just doing too much at the moment for this type of track
- maybe have this version as the B side, and do a stripped out, dancefloor ready version.
well produced, much better bass on this one
- has great potential, but you have to think like you're on the dancefloor.
hope this helps
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