Very liquidy. You have the chord progression at a nice push. Loving the beat and it's at a nice steady pace. The one thing that is getting in the way is that the shuffle is a wee bit loud. Other than that, this is very chill, exactly how liquid should be :)
I voted 5 to help with the motivation in finishing it.
Oh finally some liquid dnb. I was going through the DNB genre section and most of them don't even have a clue what drum and bass is all about. This is my first time seeing a liquid tune on NG. I stopped coming here because a lot of people here can't appreciate dnb (even my peers which saddens me).
Above all else, I enjoy this.
I understand the feeling. Seems like I'm the only one appealing to those who understand Liquid for what it is, and Drum 'n' Bass in general? Lol. Really? First time? Well.. I've been making Liquid for quite some time now haha. Check out my other tunes if you'd like, yeah?
Also, more on www.soundcloud.com/jonnyjay_dnb
Although I'm not a big fan on hip hop (not saying I don't like), this stands out very nice. It has good composer (song structure and orchestra work) and I'm loving the ambients and pads in the background.
Just to work and poke into my curiosity, are you by any chance using a condenser mic? I'm thinking that either you did the filter sound on purpose or its as it. I think that the color of the vocals would have done it much more justice.
I'm using a shure ksm 27 and i did it on purpose. thanks a lot for the criticism I actually reconsidered it and think your correct.
I love wobble
Sounds great, good job!
You know, I think you might do very well in Drum and Bass (well, it's actually closer to breakbeat, but I'm sure you can do it). Place in that drum beat and the bass together and you are going somewhere. A lot of people do not intertwine techno and dnb together. Yyou pulled it off pretty well.
Good transitioning and usage of automations. Would have loved it to be longer and more usage of climax, rise, and drop.
yes I think that if poeple like it I could work on it and make something more intense!
For those of you who do not know, this is considered Dub Step..
It mostly consists of a two step sequence...
It was a UK Garage genre that consisted of an essence of garage, grime, and reese which will produce a dark feel to it.
Yeah, dubstep for the win. I still gotta add a sub bass to this, which is the main concept of dubstep. Thanks for the review man
Keep up the good work
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