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my least repetitive song.22nd May 2012, 03:38 #1
check it out! id like some criticism please.
Re: my least repetitive song.23rd May 2012, 22:08 #2
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Spot on, right?
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Re: my least repetitive song.24th May 2012, 02:41 #5
but.... i wanted constructive criticism so that i can improve, so unless you know anything about the production of electronic music , which i assume you do, i have no further use of your assistance. i am trying to create extremely hard electro.
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Re: my least repetitive song.24th May 2012, 03:30 #6
i don't know much about hard electro, so i'm not sure how much i can actually help out.
the problem with this track is that there's not much happening in it, plus the bitcrusher makes it sound broken, rather than the distorted sound i assume you intended.
i think you should also get rid of the terminator sound samples, because it doesn't really allow for the track to be taken seriously (but, that's merely a matter of taste; especially since i've heard that one track that uses schwarzenegger samples).
i guess, you just need to find your influences and experiment.
sorry, i'm pretty horrible at teaching and giving advice.
Re: my least repetitive song.24th May 2012, 09:16 #7
Ok, there's alot of work to do here and I am going offer a few things to you that I think would help achieve the 'hard electro' sound that you are trying to achieve.
Now, I'm not usually one for making things faster. But in this case, the tempo was far too slow for such a simple track. I had a play with it in Ableton and ended up raising the tempo to 140.
I'd also work on adding more mid-range and sub-bass, rather than just high end distortion.
Also, drums. You should focus on these more. I added a crash in the background, a snare and some hi-hats. More intense drums raise the intensity alot.
I also did some stereo panning and tidier compression. I also added some slight side-chaining to the kick.
Sorry if it's panned too far to one side - I did this relatively quickly and only realised afterwards that it's slightly off balance.
Here's what I did to your track:
Re: my least repetitive song.24th May 2012, 15:23 #8
As Bison said, it needs audio leveling and compression, badly.
Re: my least repetitive song.24th May 2012, 17:08 #9
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