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Djuna - RoniN


Drifting, mellow drum 'n' bass.
Somehow, the violins remind me of the Wu-Tang Clan, don't know why ^^

Cheers and a happy birthday to me!

Edit: more sub-bass (I think..? :p) and a bit of eekwalaajzing here and there





CruizeOfFiction [be] - 9 years ago

realy nice track!
nice rollingness, nice build-up

the breaks sound a bit to upfront for me (and a tad to sharp)
I'd add more sub too

thumb up!

Djuna [be] - 9 years ago

M'kay! EQ-ing and stuff like that is a bit new to me, but thank God for Wikipedia.

Thanks for the reply :)

CruizeOfFiction [be] - 9 years ago

still nice

(btw: not realy feeling those "falls" notes around 3.00)

keep up
another thumb up^^

antares [be] - 9 years ago

Nice one! Don't really hear the sub now, needs to be a bit louder imo...

Djuna [be] - 9 years ago

Allright, then I probably don't get it :p It's putting the bass below 90hz right? Aaaaaah or is it an other bassline (below 90hz?)
Orrrrrrrrrrr am I talking gibberish??? :p :(

CruizeOfFiction [be] - 9 years ago

just layer som subs underneathe the bassline...

subs=> sines

CruizeOfFiction [be] - 9 years ago

good edit

NotAnameYet [be] - 9 years ago

nice tune!!!!

NotAnameYet [be] - 9 years ago

but still... cànt belive i heard it all out... my head feel like a refrigurator in Alaska...



AnnoM [be] - 9 years ago

not really a d&b lover, but i can enjoy the atmo in this song. some small remarks however; use a little more variation in your drumloop, and, important, add a loud (sub)bass!

Djuna [be] - 9 years ago

Righty-O, apparently everyone in here likes subbass :p Comes in the sjakosj! And thanks for the comments ;)

AnnoM [be] - 9 years ago

sub bass is between 30- 60hz, a simple sine osc is indeed a good starter.