|Originally posted by Raphie |
some sound design in progress, want to end up with something tribal / dub techno deep thingy.... not really a song yet, just a jam mixing the elements,finding sweetspots, but you'll get the flavour
I didn't feed back on this until now as I needed a few listens over the days.
It's definitely the case that you can hear the analogue sonic goodness in here, but for me to enjoy it more I need to here it mixed better (as you say it's early days with it, you're just getting the basics down), in particular the removal of the 200 - 400 hz boxy / boomy freqs.
One thing with this type of production I would suggest is not do end up with a 'noodle in a gear shop' result which all too often this type of track ends up resembling.
I want to hear some proper motifs of some sort, some sort of cohesive work rather than nice sounding bass sequence with some fx sounds added on. This is what will set it apart from the many 'noodling' session type tracks out there.
When feeding back to you I know you have very definite ideas and a stubborn strong personality, so I feel like I'm the boy trying to give advice to the master, lol!
Last edited by Richard Butler on Jan-15-2015 at 11:27