|Originally posted by TranceElevation |
In a way that it doesn't sound like you removed the low frequencies from it. It overpowers your mix. And I suppose you're using a single reverb for the whole instrumentarium. You'd generally need at least two verbs with different decay times.
And remember, reverb isn't mandatory for every element of your track.
You mean the arrangement? It's a personal choice.
I would like to thank you for your feedback, and I would like to suggest that making assumptions might be counterproductive. Not everything is reverbed, and you suppose extremely incorrectly. As for the arrangement, yes it is a personal choice, but I am directly asking for opinions on whether it works.
|Originally posted by evo8 |
I liked the intro but then i dont think that bassline suits the track really
Yeah I'm going to have to do something about that. It's the bassline that came with the remix, unfortunately. Do you have any ideas of what may sound better? I think it's the actual sound itself that's not working well, as opposed to the pattern, but I'm not sure.
|Originally posted by Richard Butler |
Some nice floatey sounds and melody work here. It would benefit from ducking the synths more to let the rhythm section through better as it is a bit far back.
I quite like the verb and bass myself.
Yeah, you're right, I didn't pay much attention to the percussion. Shall remedy that.