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  1. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Mon 12th Aug 2013 - 8 years ago

    I like the somewhat tribal beats to this track, they make it fun! I like the lead melody, but it sounded kind of loud...not that I expect you to change it on my account... ha ha. Getting harder to find songs of yours that I haven't heard! Nice one!

  2. DacheleighMusic
    DacheleighMusic on Wed 26th Jun 2013 - 8 years ago

    Also check into the usage of different frequencies as I think there's a lot of them that are colliding in this one ;)

    Reply by Darkreine

    Duly noted, thanx

  3. DacheleighMusic
    DacheleighMusic on Wed 26th Jun 2013 - 8 years ago

    Good ideas in this one, but.. O.o Pull the master volume down a bit.. Use a limiter and sidechaining.. Still don't know what program you are using, but if you don't know how to use the limiter or sidechain, you should really look up some tutorials on it. It'll make your music 100 times better sound wise.. I like the stuff you put together, but the sound is maxed too high to the point it's distorting a LOT. Keep at it though, I like the ideas in this one just needs to be mixed a bit better ;)

  4. ShurelyTemper
    ShurelyTemper on Sun 5th May 2013 - 8 years ago

    Sorry dude I was mashed on smokes and beers,
    I am analy retentive with genres at times. lol I meant to say I like it anyways. As for my anal retention issue lol, I would put your tunes in Dance genre. It's such a broad spectrum no one(like me)can be fussy ashole.

    I have picked a few very cool tunes for you to check out, classics in their fields.

    TECHNO - Dustin Zahn-Stranger to stability -
    (note the industrial thumping with sparse drums and no melody 125BPM)

    DEEPHOUSE - Oliver Schories - Backpack Of Memories (Original Mix)-
    (deep drums with layers upon layers of deep sounds and a long evolving melody, and vocals with no meaning. 128BPM)

    PROGRESSIVEHOUSE - Humate - Love Stimulation (Tom Middleton Remodel)-
    (Monster with a dynamic melody and powerful driving bass 128BPM)

    TECH HOUSE - You've Got The Love (Mark Knight Remix) - Florence and the Machine. -
    (punchy with edgy synth sounds, 130-133BPM)

    I hope you enjoy them.

    Reply by Darkreine

    No worries, you owe me one next time I see you. I'll check these out.

  5. ShurelyTemper
    ShurelyTemper on Sun 5th May 2013 - 8 years ago

    Hello darkreine, hope you don't mind me giving constructive criticism? You have great sound quality & ideas so to enhance your music I suggest two things, 1. know your genre. many tracks labelled as deep house miss the point. 2. listen to the great tracks of each genre, pick out the tempo, rhythm, and pump it with as many odd ideas as you like. within their respective genre's. Deephouse is almost exclusively 128bpm - 125BPM, with a long and swelling build up, to a non melodic hypnotic beat. Bongo's are king in Deephouse & Techno. keep IT COMING GREAT things are afoot.

    Reply by Darkreine

    Hi Shirley

    Thanks for listening and taking the time to give me your opinions. I guess that maybe this is not deep house, but then it seems everything is not Hip Hop either, but that's where it usually goes. If I were wanting to be serious about it, I would do all the things you suggest, but it sounds a bit too formal and staid for me. I only do this for fun, so people either like it or they don't. It may not be Deep House, it could be Deep Shit for all I know, perhaps you could suggest a category for me?

    Thanks for listening, appreciate it.

  6. deciBel
    deciBel on Fri 19th Apr 2013 - 8 years ago

    hey,really groovy it was .my friend the way how you choose the percussive instruments and beats & how you cmbine the beats with electronic sounds always is inspirator & instructive for me. also in this one , there was a variation technique in 1':59'' which I enjoyed .best wishes .sincerely__Behnam.

    Reply by Darkreine

    Hi Behnam.

    Thanks for stopping by. Glad you liked it.


  7. brillbilly
    brillbilly on Wed 17th Apr 2013 - 8 years ago

    quote; then before you know what's happened.

    "yeah i started swinging my ass to it" lol.

    Sometimes you just got to go with the flow.!

    Awesome beats!

    Reply by Darkreine

    Hi Billy

    I just started building up some drums and voila!! Glad you like this, still trying to out do you thought!! Thanx for your support.

  8. Burtsbluesboxes
    Burtsbluesboxes on Wed 17th Apr 2013 - 8 years ago

    The natives are getting restless hahaha! Like it, good job! I can picture Natives dancing around a fire at at Native rave party and playing their drums!

    Reply by Darkreine

    You have a really vivid imagination man!! I love that! Thanks for the encouragement as always.

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