Here you go. I messed up those basses with multiple effects. I got a more agressive kick and I attached a reverb to a combined clap and snare. I tried a lot on the Rasselbock. Everything, really everything is just a tryout. And the green isn´t a sample, it´s just the color I gave it. Please comment. I´d like to hear what you think of this. I like it :)

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    sbz.

    about 5 years ago

    I mean just because I don't like the genre doesn't mean I won't listen and still admire your work xD and yes, I am the infamous TopHat of audiotool.. head of the ancient southern Audiotool tribe founded in 1478 (:

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    Aron

    about 5 years ago

    @sbz. , I you are absolutely right about that leveling. You mean the bass that kicks in at 0.15 right? I am sorry about that, it will be better.

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    Aron

    about 5 years ago

    It works!

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    Aron

    about 5 years ago
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    Aron

    about 5 years ago

    wait... by I bypass this bias? wut?

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    Aron

    about 5 years ago

    Ow wait that's the link sorry jace

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    Aron

    about 5 years ago

    Who's tophat? He didn't comment... I can check him out but...

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    amoeba

    about 5 years ago

    wow! this is very good! i can understand what @sbz. is saying, but this is very good! i love how you are experimenting more! and lol at the title! keep at it, this is good. you just have to acquire enough knowledge through experimenting, and then you can start to make more serious tracks and really create some music. awesome work here! :)

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    sbz.

    about 5 years ago

    I personally am not a fan of dubstep, by I bypass this bias by the admiration of the synth work dubstep artists are able to do. In this track, I like your bass synths. Just work on leveling your tracks (control volume) so that no one synth is overpowering and drowning out the other. This is fantastic, I like your experiments!

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    Soundalem

    about 5 years ago

    theeeere you go! now we´re talking... solid, i like it! you nailed the rasselbock, indeed. keep em coming!

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    Aron

    about 5 years ago

    Thanks man. I like to hear that people like my stuff, but I don't think I'm going to be big. What people like Astrum and CGMan make is from a different class. I discovered that bass on the kick, which I just let play the whole song. That makes some pieces sound less empty. Thanks again

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    Frey

    about 5 years ago

    That was really really good I love how you used the rasslebock,

    and about the more aggresive kick thing people have been telling you about just put a bass note underneath the kick at 1/16th and that'll make it sound alot bigger :)

    Great job again! Your gonna be really big on here! :D

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    Aron

    about 5 years ago

    I liked the combination crusher+slope the best I must say

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