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lend me your ears and your 2 cents... ;)

Saii
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Mar 15, 2009 09:16:16
guys,
have a listen tell me what you honestly think and what needs to be done production wise...
i know its not an actual arrangement i just wanted to try to finish a track or anything that could resemble a track structure
please let me know anything
other than "FINISH THE TRACK!"

http://www.sendspace.com/file/s4mzbu

          saii.rave.ca
x-rayz
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Posted : Mar 15, 2009 12:50
Well sorry but I gotta say just finish the track.. I like it as it is.. Wouldn't change anything.. Maybe u can make low end bit more clear but thats it..           http://www.facebook.com/xrayzproductions
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sly


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Posted : Mar 15, 2009 15:42
focus on mixing the elements together. think about when creating the leads, percussion, etc... ask yourself which freq range, depth, presence should a certain element have. are there unneeded frequencies that muddie your other parts? use eq. don't hipass to much but you can almost notch everything that is already filled with freqs of other elements. especially in lower regions you won't miss a thing.
i prefer the first half of your track. the hipassed lead at 2'10 and the following destroy your upper range imo. and personally i would suggest to fiddle around with modulation and fx to make your track exciting and the elements to stand out.

and my general advice: never finish a track you fucked up before. honestly, why spending time to struggle with the results of your earlier mistakes? arrangeing and mixing of poorly synthesized parts is just fun as long you are learning new stuff and training your ears. but it costs you more time than to create some new decent root material. assumed you know what and how...
anywayz, just my opinion. and i don't say finishing tracks is a bad thing. if it improves your ears...
Saii
IsraTrance Full Member

Started Topics :  83
Posts :  318
Posted : Mar 15, 2009 18:33
thanks x-rayz and sly!
@ sly i hate the rest after 210! lol
you are right it is better to start from scratch than to keep changing the lead to make it fit...
im gonna do it
thanks guys
any more info would help from anyone!           saii.rave.ca
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