[Hip Hop / Trap / Glitch / Breaks] Break it up - All Day! ( Party Breaks, 118bpm )
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    Wink Break it up - All Day! ( Party Breaks, 118bpm )



    Lemme know your thoughts

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    I like it overall. Nice arrangement, nice use of samples, I like the style. Take it with a grain of salt but my one suggestion is on the main synth line. When you open up the filter on some of the modulation, you are really losing a lot of bass because the resonance is cranked to get that nice acid sound which (as you probably know) emphasizes the frequencies around the the cutoff and de-emphasizes the areas not around the cutoff - the sub bass. The way I would fix this is to layer a copy of the line and use a sub patch that only plays in the 30-60Hz range, probably at a lower volume. You may hit some phasing issues when both lines are in the same range but those aren't hard to fix and sometimes they sound cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick V View Post
    I like it overall. Nice arrangement, nice use of samples, I like the style. Take it with a grain of salt but my one suggestion is on the main synth line. When you open up the filter on some of the modulation, you are really losing a lot of bass because the resonance is cranked to get that nice acid sound which (as you probably know) emphasizes the frequencies around the the cutoff and de-emphasizes the areas not around the cutoff - the sub bass. The way I would fix this is to layer a copy of the line and use a sub patch that only plays in the 30-60Hz range, probably at a lower volume. You may hit some phasing issues when both lines are in the same range but those aren't hard to fix and sometimes they sound cool.
    I was debating on adding a sub bass underneath everything. I appreciate your thoughts on it. Wouldn't be very hard to go in and add one. Thanks for commenting dude

    I seperated the acid synth into bass mids and highs and tried to add as much as I could on the low end but its still not enough!

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    One bump for hope!

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