Chillout DnB is the best. No, really. It's the best.

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    sndbrgn

    about 4 years ago

    missed this one. very nice ma'am!

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    Richard Courtney

    about 5 years ago

    What a lovely tune.why few people like oh it doesn't flow,ha whatever,very Adam.f or maybe l.t.j bukem..I love the the ride.brilliant.

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    Dustin Ross

    about 5 years ago
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    rnzr

    about 5 years ago

    totally dislike the crash (and the reversed counterpart) maybe it needs to be cleaned up (also pitched up?) a little, as it seems quite harsh for chillout dnb. the pad itself could be a bit phatter/wider/all-consuming as it seems to be the most carrying element in this song. also, it stands quite alone in the first minute, spicing it up with some atmospheric fx would be good i think.

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    rnzr

    about 5 years ago

    when it starts living (dat freq automation or whatever it is) it becomes very likeable. the drums are quite problematic because a) the one-shots sound weak (and a bit randomly chosen? ;)) and b) the beat isnt flowing (grooving / rolling) when it's fully developed. i think some more ghost note snares and / or more 1/16 hats could really help to flow.

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    rnzr

    about 5 years ago

    finally, the bass. i reeeeeally enjoy the motive it plays, especially in combination with the pads, but the sound itself just sounds flat. i guess its too powerful in the mids and too powerless in the bass section. eventually just layering it with a deep sub would help? all in all its a good song (which seems you put together really fast ;)) that just lacks some more sound decisions. i fav for pad+bass melody combo, and the overall good mellow feel.

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    valt

    about 5 years ago

    nice one! :)

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    Notoz

    about 5 years ago

    but i dont have so much Knowledge with These things so i don't really know. ;)

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    Notoz

    about 5 years ago

    not so much, but noticable. Thinning and Widening to me Sounds like what you already did

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    Notoz

    about 5 years ago

    panning it left and right would give me that Swaying effect with how you filtered it.

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    Syntax

    about 5 years ago

    It's more like thinning and widening, rather than panning left and right.

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    Notoz

    about 5 years ago

    cuz i opened it and i did see it was panned but you cant notice so much

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    Notoz

    about 5 years ago

    Maybe Pan it so it could be slightly more noticeable? ;o

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    Syntax

    about 5 years ago

    I assure you everything in this track is pretty much panned a little bit.

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    EliaTrix

    about 5 years ago

    Re-uf!!!! El bassline está muy bien! " maybe pan the synth-chords a lil bit. isnt? But is gorgeus anyway :)

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