All in, a marked improvement from the original version. Nice work, guys! :D I'd recommend you go easier on the master bus compression (or limiting/maximizing... whatever you did) as it takes away from the dynamics of the whole track and does a bit to "flatten" out the overall sound. When I make music, I tend to group sounds into different busses and individually control the dynamics using limiting/compression (for instance, I usually send all my drums/sub-bass to one channel) and I sidechain just about everything to the kick and snare. This said, don't worry about making the sidechaining noticeable because it's very easy to overdo (I'm guilty here). Just make it enough to control the dynamics and make room for everything else. Keep up the good work. I know it's hard work to get better at this stuff, so I applaud you for taking the initiative to get better. Keep it up! :D
More drum & bass than dubstep, but I suppose it doesn't matter all that much. Nice work here, I really like the happy, poppy feeling. Very catchy! :D Keep up the good work!
Alright, you want some feedback? I tend to be pretty critical, but I'll keep it short. At this point in your production, I'd say you should focus on your kicks. The ones you used in this track end up pretty well buried in the mix. To bring out the kick some more, try sidechaining the kick to your sub-bass as well as other instruments. Additionally, try to find a punchier kick sample or mix in more clicky sounds. I'm sure there are plenty of tutorials out there. Overall, not a bad tune, but it needs some work on the kick.
true true, throw in some high end sound to the bass and a little more prominent. me and my bud were getting so into the track that we quickly mastered the track. but this is why we threw it on here. I might just remaster It and throw back on. thanks much silence
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