Originally Posted by subsonix
yeah, the Baby D vocals and riffs are flat and the timing is out.
My advice would be to make the instrumental track stand up without them in it, so it's not relying so much on parts from someone elses work.
That way you can be sure that people like your track for your work not the track they know already.
You can then do your bootleg mix and hopefully the sum of the 2 is more than you started out with.
i think Baby D vocals was ideal for my first attemp
) its smooth and have good tempo
you just fit it to dnb tempo and there we go
so you tell there is some places false? :O :/
i think that instrumental version will be nothing without the best vocals :/ :(
its not mix... its just accapella and my acords, melody, pad, lead, bass, pluck