figuring out supersaws amd a general wall of sound

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    kuatari

    about 2 years ago

    i cant remember what movie that cover pic is from... but i remember it being really good

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    Luxx ♪

    about 2 years ago

    adele? hello its me

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    leadenshrew

    about 2 years ago

    Republished

    sounds bigger but i not sure is eq is right, s/o to sim and herluf for the crit

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    Zarv

    about 2 years ago

    hello from the other side

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    sim

    about 2 years ago

    try putting a layer of dry distorted saws in that bitch, mix that shit in LOUD, compress or distort together with the rest of the saws nd boom, nice wall of sound

    also make sure that that particular layer has a good amount of low-mids (200-600Hz) so that you can clean up bass frequencies and simply use a sine sub or lowpassed saw for the bass

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      leadenshrew

      about 2 years ago

      this is probably the most helpful piece of crit i've ever received

      thanks a ton

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      sim

      about 2 years ago

      a lot of folk dont really do much mixing when trying to get a 'wall of sound' when, ime, usually thats when i put the most effort into making sure everything is balanced all together.

      its easy to make things stand out, but making them blend together takes skill.

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    Snio

    about 2 years ago

    leadengod

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    pen.

    about 2 years ago

    bige

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    Head Trauma Romance

    about 2 years ago

    dr0mstep

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    vistamista★★★

    about 2 years ago

    leaden ascends to gOD TiER

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    neo.

    about 2 years ago

    love the second drop

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    herlufsew

    about 2 years ago

    okay dont judge me since i might be totally wrong.

    but i think with this you should look for a different form of crash in the drop since its more bell like the one you are using. on a traditional reallife crash cymbal it usually has a bell part that sounds like what you are using. maybe go for a more lower part of the cymbal (like a fat S P L A S H) that blends better with the chords. also your bass (not the sub) might be a little harsh? turn it down 2-3db i think. sorry if im an ass<3

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      herlufsew

      about 2 years ago

      now that i've given some crit i can tell you that i really enjoy the route you took with this. im so happy to see you try out this genre since its kinda what i live for haha <3. you did a real nice job on this

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      leadenshrew

      about 2 years ago

      no its fine, i asked for criticism so be as harsh as you want

      ill look into using a splash

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    Litonix

    about 2 years ago

    The synths leading up to the epic drop sound a bit raw. Thats just my opinion.

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