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Tags : | House | 9.27 MB

Description : Three lil house riffs

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  1. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 13th Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    This is a phat mix! It's people like you that are in the process of getting me back into house, don't know if I should thank you or poison you...heh. Definitely cool deep and bouncy vibes going throughout this set! Listening, and reading djtheobserver01's comment and your reply made me wonder if you are doing much volume automation in this minimixes of yours? Mostly just curious, as I don't hear to much for mix problems. The last part is definitely my favorite, has major flow to it! I've been awake over 4 hours, and I think this track finally woke me up! Nice one! Fave!

  2. radioilluminati
    radioilluminati on Tue 3rd Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    The war on free radicals:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGn21Ck4t28

    Sounds good Mr. Free Radical.

    What I focus on is the negative stuff, that can be corrected. Today I have one thing, that I noticed. Do you sweep the frequencies to eliminate painful frequencies?

    It is very easy. Done like this:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjT41H6gsW8

    FreeRadical
    Reply by FreeRadical

    I watched the video and i can't say as it's something i've ever tried but if i ever manage to make something more up to date and half decent i might give it a go, but this little bit of looping and sampling probably doesn't deserve the attention if i'm brutally honest. It's a bit like a throwback from 15 years ago.
    Never say never again is one of my favourite Bond films so i liked that clip (My favourite part is where he takes out that big dude with a cup full of piss).
    Anyway, cheers for stopping by, sharing videos and leaving comments. It's all appreciated.
    FR

  3. Modnex
    Modnex on Tue 3rd Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    FreeRadical, You're the man! Honestly in my opinion, I think you should stick to making house music as you're just really great at it. Every last house track you have here, (4 in counting) I loved.

    These tracks are professional sounding and sounds like they would be played in a club of some sort by an awesome DJ. Keep up the great work and please upload more. I love it!

    FreeRadical
    Reply by FreeRadical

    I'm glad you think so but i'm not happy with any of the tracks i've written just lateley. Perhaps it's because i quit smoking the green stuff. I bought all these synths but i haven't got a clue how to use them so hopefully things will improve once i get my head around them.
    Cheers for dropping in and commenting.
    FR

  4. BlackKasper
    BlackKasper on Mon 2nd Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    Damn FR, you're like a master dude. Every track of yours is quality, professional stuff. If you haven't already, I really hope you get the chance to fulfill your music goals and dreams, because you are gifted, Sir.
    B.K.

    FreeRadical
    Reply by FreeRadical

    I have to disagree. I think my stuff is still stuck in the ninetys so i bought some synths to try and bring it up to date. Trouble is i don't yet understand them properly so by the time i get my music up to date i'll probably still be fifteen years behind lol.
    Anyway, thanks for tuning in and leaving comments.
    FR

  5. soundhound
    soundhound on Mon 2nd Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    It's got a real good feel to it, that old school bounce I can remember all
    those grooves...
    Solid changes pocket transitions harmonic balance total lockdown...

    Baaaad piece of work here My Man, most enjoyed this track...

    Peace...TG.

    FreeRadical
    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks TG, Again it was mostly loops so it's only a case of arranging an EQing, It doesn't take a great deal of thought. Just a lot of searching and trial & error.
    Thanks for dropping by and checking out this track.
    FR

  6. peril94
    peril94 on Mon 2nd Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    my mistake the bit near the end is pretty awesome too love that sound, so weird !

  7. peril94
    peril94 on Mon 2nd Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    track from 4 mins to 6 mins was the one for me !
    Sick as always, love a bit of deep house ;)

    FreeRadical
    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks for sticking around and listening to the whole thing. I think ten minutes is too long for a lot of peeps round here. Cheers as well for commenting twice.
    FR

  8. djtheobserver01
    djtheobserver01 on Mon 2nd Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    i can't get off the dancefloor !!!

    lol!

    one little thing , the baseline in the first section can be less ,I think. it oversized and my speakers almost crashed..

    i love the part after 3,35 till end !
    nice job again !!
    greetzzzz

    FreeRadical
    Reply by FreeRadical

    Yeah i hear you, I think i had the levels up a bit too loud to compensate for the fact that the last two thirds were quiter. I need to go play with the faders a little. Still, i love doing these little mixes because you don't know where it's gonna go.
    Thanks for dropping in and checking it out.
    FR

  9. smallpaul
    smallpaul on Sun 1st Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    Dont know how you keep it up but well done, another masterpiece mate. The first and last tracks are the stand out ones for me. I think maybe you should try and do a complete a whole track from any of the ones you've done so far, what you reckon? ha ha.

    FreeRadical
    Reply by FreeRadical

    I keep it up because i'm currently a prisoner in my own home and i've got jack shit to do except make tunes and play xbox. You're right, i should do a complete track but way i see it is that we get ten minute slots so we might as well use them up.
    Cheers for dropping in as always.
    FR

  10. TuneDef
    TuneDef on Sun 1st Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    Man I love the clarity of your tracks, I don't think people realize how deep you dive into your tracks...I listen, that little whine buried about 6 or 7 layers deep....I was what is that...so many others may never notice it, but I was like damn he had to do it!
    Hot azz goat milk!

    Tune D

    FreeRadical
    Reply by FreeRadical

    It's easy to get good clarity with pro loops as most of the eq is already how you'd want to use it.

    I always save at the highest bit rate and then run it through audacity which converts the vile to a smaller size without losing quality. I don't know if you have a copy but if you don't it's free and definitely worth downloading.

    I'm not sure which noise you mean by the little whining noise, it was probably a mistake lol!

    Anyway, I'm glad you could drop in and leave your thoughts on this track, if i'm honest i'm not that happy with it but then it's very rarely i am these days.

    Cheers!!!

    FR

  11. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sun 1st Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    This was really a great house journey and i think it's a significant example of what you're generaly up to in the music production. You're doing really great, my friend...the future is bright..:)^^

    Hat's off and respect_____Orlando

    FreeRadical
    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks for being kind but i'm not happy with it. It could be a lot better. I think i put them together too quickly and need to take more time.
    Thanks for dropping in and commenting.
    FR

  12. Diskonnect
    Diskonnect on Sun 1st Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    I Like that deep bassline, cool synths too! I like the snare roll and how it transitions into the next part, would be cool to have some sort of building delay on the synth before you drop the bassline again! Second part sounds really 90's, vocals work really well! The last part is ace, almost like its jumping out at me! Sounds really good mate, well done!

    FreeRadical
    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks. I might try and add a few more layers and give it a bit more depth. In all honesty i'm not that happy with any of the stuff i've been making lateley so i think it could be a lot better.
    Cheers for dropping in and leaving comments.
    FR

  13. RealProblemShuckers
    RealProblemShuckers on Sun 1st Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    I am liking this track! The old school vibe which then turns into this modern sorta vibe is a great transition. Beginning reminds me of the MK remix of 'Push The Feeling on' by The Nightcrawlers.

    Definitely going in my faves.

    Keep up the EXCELLENT work!

    -RealProblemShuckers

    FreeRadical
    Reply by FreeRadical

    Yeah i know the Nightcrrawlers but i'll have to go and check the track out. Like yourself, i really like the old school vibes so thanks for noticing that & i'm glad you liked it enough to FAV it. It makes all those long hours sat in front of a screen seem worthwhile.
    Cheers.
    FR

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