REMIX CONTEST. I'd love any feedback or listens in general!
not too bad
needs some mastering. the samples at points are trying to over power each other but for originality
id give it a 9
thank you, appreciate the feedback. I'm definitely working on a mastered version. Didn't catch the bad frequencies till I played it out at a show :/ bad way to find out i know. I'm just reworkin the volumes and eq-ing. Any other tips? especially on compression since I'm not too knowledge-heavy around that area
snag some tutorials online about mixing in a sequencer (or DAW as they are sometimes called)
What program you using for this by the way?
From what i can tell without seeing the samples as you do in production, seems you have no limter in place
and a good compression setting wouldnt hurt either
but youll need to set them both on the individual tracks
as well as one on the master output
Do some reading.... youll get it im sure
I'm using a maschine and I think I know how to get to all those parameter settings it's just I get too experimental with the tweaking without having full comprehension of what I am doing but you're probably right about just doing the research and bangin in out
The groove doesn't make sense half the time. Also its really repetitive. Other then that I dont mind your noises and that you should be proud of cause I hate 90% of trap out there and this isn't too bad.
I would work on your overall groove. Listen to UZ and maybe even JShawpro on tech tools here. They will give you more of an ideal groove situation
*maschine for maschine. and thanks for the tips!
i wouldnt really be using MACHINE for a full track production
Originally Posted by Beato Ben
instead what you can do is create mutiple layers of your tracks
and layer them later on
create your drumline
then create your bassline
then your percussions
ok now play them all at the same time and layer them together ( a groove clip is what this is called )
Now you still have your rhythm, vocals ( if you need ) Vox, strings,
and then drop in all your fills and even dropouts
yes it can get complicated but think about it
you are creating something from nothing
Hell it even took GOD 7 days to do all that lol
yeah i'd like to switch over to ableton someday since i have a launchpad and all but i just put a limiter on the master and some compression to the sub and it seemed to do the trick. I also did some eq-ing for on all the sounds to butter it up