I just wanted to thank all of y'all who actually provide feedback here. A few months ago I posted a couple beats and the advice I received REALLY made a huge difference. Also a lot of the advice I see you guys give each other is very helpful to me as well. I recently had an instrumental ep released and its getting great responses and without a lot of you guys it probably wouldn't have happened.
Really dark, and heavily inspired by the Weeknd. I'll appreciate ANY advice, and please tell me if I overdid the low-pass filters... The kind of advice I'd REALLY appreciate is how to make such a minimal beat sound full and how to get my drums to hit hard like Weeknd drums (however, like I said, any advice is great).
nice man i can dig it. eveything sounds great and up front. the dark organ was sitting well and a nice addition. I think you could let off the bass a little or a little less on the distortion though. and some real advice, do you and dont worrie about what other people are doing. great track.
Although I've been reading this forum for a couple months now, this'll be my first post.
When it comes to mixing or making music in general, I am about as noob as it gets (only been doing it for a couple months).
This is the first ever song I've mixed and It'd be great to get some feedback to see if i'm on the right track. Also i'm mixing for a mixtape, so the beat is just an mp3 file (which i've eq'd, duplicated, panned, etc.).
trying some new experimental stuff here. I'm going to rearrange the track and add a better intro and outro later. The tracks posted 16 bit 44.1 first mix. its all Moog Slim Phatty and Roland MV8800 with one guitar and vocal sample chopped up. drums are stock MV, everything else is SP synth. Im posting looking for some advice as well as Im thinking the lows are too much due to my room. I did turn them down but still need an outside opinion..all other criticisms or opinions 100% welcomed good or bad..I have thick skin! so let me have it.