|Originally posted by scorpradio |
To me the most significant part would have to be at 1:50 with the stab.
It fills the track out a lot. I also dig the underlying arp which adds alot of dimension to the track.
Again, LOVE that kick (slight verb?)
If it was me?..oh you don't want that..lol well, again, you have the dreamy dreary vibe already but I have always liked a sidechained pulsing bass undertone on ambient tracks.As well a deep sustained huge sub. I also dig the barely able to pick up reese floating behind the sub ala 7lions-Tritonal duck
Sounds good man, as far as this statement "I have always liked a sidechained pulsing bass undertone on ambient tracks" - this may be something I will be able to check out and see if will adds some melodic/atmospheric value to this remix, thanks!!!
I still have to work on reverb levels for some of my instruments as I notice (and know from my perspective) that if you have (and I do have) more then 3 elements/instruments with reverb on it than this may cause some little mud in your freq and will require some additional tweaking and properly allocating space for each one of them - if you know what I mean?
Edit: "Again, LOVE that kick (slight verb?)" - no, but I was thinking about and for the reasone stated above I may not wont to do that but I will have to glue those drums with my kick a bit better so "glue compressor" is my friend
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Last edited by TranceLover007 on Feb-16-2015 at 23:29