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    NSW, Australia

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  • Collaboration Status
    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Drum Programming
    Mixing & Mastering
    Synthesis & Sound Design
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Vocals: Male
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    Improvised percussion?

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  1. Cheers for the feedback guys! Just had another listen then and I agree with pretty much everything you've brought up, and I've already got a few ideas. I've been pretty busy the past few days and will be for the rest of this week, but I'll get around to it as soon as I can.
  2. Sorry I should have clarified. This is kind of tough to explain, and I didn't really understand it when I first learnt it either. When I say wider I'm talking about the stereo field of the mix. The crux of this is essentially panning and volume, but it also covers more complicated stuff such as the mid-side technique. Good use of the full stereo field is like the difference between a photo of a landscape and actually seeing it. Everything has depth and you can see (hear) where everything sits in relation to each other. That being said I don't want to turn this thread into an explanation of terminology, so perhaps it might be a good idea to check out the guides and tutorials section or post some questions in the music production forum. In regards to what Snow said, I haven't used Mixcraft before so I don't know my way around it. To top it off, I don't deal with strings very often! I'll let him come back and clarify his points as it sounds like he knows what he's talking about.
  3. Heh, ditto. The arrangement does sound nice, a little copy pasta in some places though. A few flourishes wouldn't go astray. From a technical stand point, this could benefit from being a lot wider but that can come later. Again I agree with Snow in that a few sounds could benefit from change, but also a little work on the articulation. But that being said, who am I to gripe? I just made my first submission too.
  4. Firstly let me say this: More Pokemon dubstep tracks! Yes! I can see that you're going the dark and disturbing route with this but I'm finding it really hard to distinguish everything from that droney synth (especially the drums). Also, and this is purely subjective, where's the drop?! It seems like the structure is incomplete, but as you said it's a rough draft. I'd say you're off to a solid start. From here you just need to work out the nitty gritty stuff, then start adding colour and flare (things that make it interesting to listen to).
  5. Alright, first post! I'm psyched! I've been pouring over this for the past few days and can barely stand to listen to it anymore. Fair warning: If you don't like all that electro garbage then you probably won't like this. http://soundcloud.com/jonnythefox/guiles-theme-roughmaster-44/s-IAxoz I don't know what else I'm supposed to say here other than 'go nuts'!
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