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HighScream - why wont you die ?




baart [be] - 9 years ago

Think this is very nice for your first breakcoretrack, I like your snarework, although your intro could use a little more work. Think some eq would be good too, but I'm listening on a very low volume on my moni's right now, so I'm not really sure!
Looking forward hearing from you in the future!

IskaRiot [be] - 9 years ago

i like it, only it's more jungle then core to me, i think, no?
doesn't matter
good start imo. offcours mastering isn't all that, but most of us suck at that ^^
a tip: try integrating more elements for a more complete sound. experimenting is the key, or at least that's what they fooled me to believe :)
keep 'em commin'! as baart i'm looking forward to them

Skip [be] - 9 years ago

if im not mistaken you added an extra fat kick with these amens, wich is real cool imo.

Defenetly no jungle imho.,more breakcore than something else.
good one

Omyiga [be] - 9 years ago

idd nice beatwork man
the energy is definietly there

HighScream [be] - 9 years ago

thank you all

omihoshbin [be] - 9 years ago

indeed intro needs more work, the breaks need more roll and maybe some ambiance sounds.
the rest is nice, add some hardcore kicks and pan them around, same with fx and glitchy stuff.
maybe lfo the cutoff from the bass to make em woble and expirement with the time signature of the beats, like switch between 3/4 and 4/4 . carry on yay!

DCE [be] - 9 years ago

Very powerfull texture in these bass sounds.
No need to push up the volume to feel the weight. Good work.

particle [be] - 9 years ago

very good first one :)

FMRsoundsystM [be] - 9 years ago

so crazy song ! like it :D

Akwalek [be] - 8 years ago

yup, good start, drum'n core