View Full Version : Le Knight Club - Soul Bells (DJ Happy Rework)
25th Feb 2010, 07:10
I'm DJ Happy and this is my rework of "Soul Bells" by Le Knight Club...
Free 320kbps mp3 download link in the description...
Also, working on an album so be sure to check it out @ the end of this year...
Hopefully TOCKYN will be co producing it with me... so thats another reason haha...
25th Feb 2010, 18:05
Wow, that's pretty amazing, lol (:
25th Feb 2010, 19:56
Nice. I think you needed a bit more treble in there though, lol.
Drums were funky.
25th Feb 2010, 20:34
I quite like this, my only gripe would be that it needs more compression on the drums, or globally, to balance out the kick.
25th Feb 2010, 22:04
I likey, good job
25th Feb 2010, 22:43
I love it. Awesome job! =]
26th Feb 2010, 08:30
Hey guys, thanks for the comments :D
Ummm... Does the drum need compression-ing on the 320kbps mp3???
If so, is compression-ing, turning down the volume of the drum???
26th Feb 2010, 08:44
Kind of, it means levelling all of the "Channels" of a song to bring the kick drum to 0db, i beleive?
And to be honest, I havent grabbed the download yet, but i'd assume that it needs alittle more compression in any case. Ill check the download laters and see if thats the case :)
31st May 2011, 02:19
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31st May 2011, 11:04
Drums are funky, agreed. In general it's a rework using a track that's looped as hell, now it's even more looped. Not bad but not my style.
About the sound quality, it's hurts my ears. It sounds like it's EQ'd like this on a DJ mixer:
Too much treble, a little distorted bass and the sample sounds flat. I don't expect you to be a mastering engineer but this needs some work.
Edit: I downloaded the 320 and the track is just too loud. That's why it doesn't sound good.
17th Jun 2011, 22:08
I like it.
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