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very dark psy tune (psyra - endless nightmare)

Discussion in 'Music Production' started by n1dde, Dec 30, 2015.

  1. n1dde

    n1dde Forum Newbie

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    My first attempt at psytrance. What do you think? /criticism thnx)

     
  2. ancient child

    ancient child Forum Member

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    sound quality is fine.. the bass could get some eq-ing in my oppinion :Wink3: but there is no real builtup or groove created by sounds.. you throw in some themes and some risers, but i miss fx playing around :Wink3:
     
  3. Yhoda

    Yhoda https://soundcloud.com/yhoda-145

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    Use verb to create depth and use a send so it sounds like its in the same room. I can hear resonance in ur bassline. Still in midi mix it bounce to audio then carve out the resonance by using fades outs. Also fades ins help smooth stuff out. For dark psy it needs to be darker deeper more bass and watch ur high end. Pan ur percussion too. Hope this helps

    Listen to my percussion and how it pops out. Ive got 2 panned differently so they are in there own stereo space

     
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  4. Yhoda

    Yhoda https://soundcloud.com/yhoda-145

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  5. chrisy1020

    chrisy1020 Forum Member

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    As ancient child said, I think the kick and bass need some eq-ing. I think you've made the track very dark sounding like you aimed to. Personally, I would try adjusting the volumes on individual instruments with the kick and bass being the most pronounced. Im no expert so this is only my opinion, good job so far. Any feedback on my song would be welcomed.
     
  6. 4ce

    4ce Forum Newbie

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    The track seems fine for the first attempt , it needs some tweaking and some more work , but imo it's good . Keep producing more tracks .
     

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