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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice !

Pretty nice intro man.I like the percussion (low-fi + band pass???).
The drop is sweet also.I think that the track needs a darker (lower keys and maybe some glide instead of climbing notes) bassline and general feel to it.The bass itself sounds a bit too wide so maybe look up the stereo imaging.Also it sounds like it has more distortion than it needs and could use a thicker,deeper (not so growly) synth layered with it.Sub could be a little stronger in my opinion (maybe a couple of dB more?).The kick is nice and punchy but i think it has a nasty tail (probably from the sub kick) that has to be removed.I don't think the snare needs any work, its pretty massive.Also the whole mix sounds a bit harsh on the high frequencies.Maybe you have some EQ on the master or multiband compressing.
So that's it, i hope i gave you some useful thoughts.
Keep up the great work !!!

10/10 5/5

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TheBiocide responds:

Now THAT's some good feedback. Thanks for that, man. I'll definitely take that stuff into consideration. You'll have to forgive me if the EQ is a bit off, usually I have a sound system I can play this out of to check the mastering but I only had my trusty headphones this time around xD

Thanks again for that awesome review, man. It's always nice to get ones like that :)

Ectso - Crafting Shadows Ectso - Crafting Shadows

Rated 3 / 5 stars

A few tips and tricks.

First that catches my ear are the stereo drums.
1.Drums should be almost if not completely mono (same goes for sub bass).
2.Slap a few EQ's on the different mixer tracks.Every instrument has a place in a song.
For example the kick drum is almost always in the lower end of the bass band ( around 80- 120 Hz).Any frequencies below 80 Hz are not good for your kick (cut them with an EQ) drum.After you do that you can add a SUB kick that sits in the sub bass band (40-80 Hz).To get the snare to sound best it needs to be peaking around 220-240 Hz (everything below 180-200 Hz should be cut).
3.String instrument, leads, ambient sounds....... and so on , should have better presence in the mid-high range of the track (low band cutting again).

About the track itself, i pretty liked the melodies, but i'm not too fond of the amen (as a longtime drum and bass lover) anymore, its too overused.
So there you go, i hope i was of some use to you :)

6/10 4/5
Cheers !

PS.The frequencies i mentioned may not be completely accurate if you are aiming at producing lighter-liquid drum and bass tracks.

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ectsoman responds:

Thanks man, this is my first track and I'm really looking into sticking with DnB so all the advice I can get really helps.

SJ - Saturn Reactor SJ - Saturn Reactor

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ultra sick bassline as usual :)

You are getting better my friend.
Still need mix your tracks properly, but the structure of the track is just awesome.
Drums are awesome too,but the hats are ringing a bit too much in my ears to be honest.
But really once again i have to tell that i am in awe at the complexity of your tracks !
Just keep on doing what you do best and you will be big in no time, trust me. :)

10/10 5/5

PS.I'd appreciate if you could drop a review on my latest (need some feedback).
Cheers !

SteakJohnson responds:

thanks ma3hbo! I will check up on those hats, and I shall review your song in good time that is.