Tags : | Deep House | 4.36 MB | Mixcraft

Description : I like to dance.

Main Loop: Dubstep/Future Bass drop with growl by Tubulum

Additional Drum loops and vocal snippets by Looperman members

Didn't use a DAW, just used Audacity

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  1. shellyquest
    shellyquest on Sat 18th May 2019 - 5 months ago

    Cool and danceable! Fresh!

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Hi,

    Thanks for listening and leaving a comment.
    I enjoy your acapellas!

  2. unstableonthetrack
    unstableonthetrack on Sun 12th May 2019 - 5 months ago

    I like it.. I don't know the genre well enough to compare it, however I do know music lol. I do believe however these forums are meant for constructive criticism and we don't put our music on here just to get a pat on the back. I don't know about you but I put it on here because I want fellow producers and engineers to shred my work to pieces and help me put it back together, otherwise we keep making the same mistakes. With that being said, I wanted more from it. As Joe stated, I was definitely disappointed that there was not a second build up to a major finale, especially because your first transition felt somewhat weak.. It kind of sounded like you automated a limiter to push/limit everything up for the transition then clipped it back down. There also wasn't much in way of transition as well as pushing or pulling me.. If I would not have had the visual wave of the song I would've been expecting way more from it especially because of that deep bass.. it's like you're teasing us lol. Great mix, great master, just need some arrangement work and definitely look into different ways to transition and pick a couple and just start playing with it until you find what you like. A lot of times something as simple as a reverse cymbal every 16 bars can create a huge impact. Good luck, and please don't stop working, there's lots of talent there.

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Hi,

    Thanks for listening and leaving a comment. There's no limiter, compression or any added effects on this save for any effects that the loops I used already had. I like to have a clear mix and not rely too much tech.

    I simply used Audacity to pull everything together, since I want to use this mix for a longer dance song. I also tend to work from the perspective of both the engineer and the listener, and I enjoy putting together catchy melodies.

    I've been mixing since the days of analog, and just like music, mixing and mastering can be subjective, so I will occasionally bend the rules or stick to 'em.

    Thanks again.

  3. sweetcherries
    sweetcherries on Thu 9th May 2019 - 5 months ago

    Hi wikkid, this is so on point! and I have to say you are truly representing the female music makers here, a most riveting and beautiful! track here, love the vocals on this track. Excellent work indeed.

    Faved.

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Hi,

    Thanks so much for taking the time to listen and for your comment. I love your vocals! Your song "Gave You All of Me" is one of my faves. Great work on the lead vocal and background vocals. I look forward to hearing more of your songs.

  4. clickbaitcabaret
    clickbaitcabaret on Tue 7th May 2019 - 5 months ago

    This is really cool. Love the background vocal. Great work.

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Hi,

    Thank you for listening and leaving a comment. I enjoy listening to your tracks also.

  5. prizewell
    prizewell on Mon 6th May 2019 - 5 months ago

    no daw?! GOAT. track was ill too!

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Hi,

    Nope, no daw, though I do use 'em. I use Audacity to quickly find out what I think will work together does actually work.

    Thanks for listening and leaving such a kind comment.

  6. CasuallyMajestic
    CasuallyMajestic on Fri 3rd May 2019 - 5 months ago

    Ooooh, This is Nice! Love that Deep Bass and the Vocals

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Hi,

    Thanks so much for listening and commenting. Yeah, I've got a weak spot for deep bass. Tried to find just the right vocal snippets to work with this. I went thru quite a few before I found the ones that I thought worked.

  7. crucethus
    crucethus on Thu 2nd May 2019 - 5 months ago

    at the 35 seconds mark is a prince like a rasberry beret drum sound. I agree that the end does become repetitive. This is where you can layer on and make it interesting. Overall I enjoyed the sounds.
    Cru

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Hi Cru,

    Thanks for listening and leaving a comment. Nothing has come to me yet regarding the end (except background vocals) so I might just have it go into another song on the EP I'm working on.

  8. MagneticRecords
    MagneticRecords on Thu 2nd May 2019 - 5 months ago

    I love your Track. Its amazing and powerful. Really, really great job.

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Hi,

    Thanks for listening and commenting. I really enjoyed your track called "Let Me See Your Body Rock."

    Thanks again for stopping by.

  9. priest39
    priest39 on Wed 1st May 2019 - 5 months ago

    Funky track you got here, not to familar with dub, but i have to say this one is nice!!had to listen to it and get the feel of it and sing to it, i wouldn't have a clue of how to do this type of music, but luckly your gifted at it and i can say, this is very professional work, Larry

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Hi Larry,

    Thanks for listening and leaving a comment.
    I couldn't do dubstep without putting some funk or R&B in it :)

    Vocals along the lines of Rihanna's "Umbrella" work with this type of song ella, ella, ella, ella :) It's the placement that is key, so a lead vocal would drop in for a few and then leave so that the music and vox samples take over. But more gospel influenced R&B vocals could work also.

  10. HeathAlexander
    HeathAlexander on Tue 30th Apr 2019 - 5 months ago

    Very interesting. That change at 0:48 caught me off guard. One thing is that I feel it gets a little repetitive from 1:29 on. Still cool though.

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Hi,

    Thank you so much for taking the time to listen and leave a comment. Whenever the inspiration hits me I will revisit the groove after 1:29. Hopefully it won't be too long before a spark ignites, and I go YES! This is what it needs!

  11. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Tue 30th Apr 2019 - 5 months ago

    Hello Wikkid! Sounds like a very fun song to do. All the right elements for a truly amazing song are in your song. And when you do all of this on Audacity, that to me is like a monumental heroic effort on your part to say the least and very nicely done at that

    Okay here comes the constructive criticism part. Constructive criticism was and still is key to me. It helped me to become the best Joe I could possibly be. Now, I love how you brought a lot of creative positive energy at 00:41 and that kept me in awe at that point in the song. But then you let me down a bit at about 01:31. I guess I was expecting some kind of enthusiastic and energetic grand finale since the earlier breakout at 00:41 was so kick-ass and mega-huge! But unfortunately it kind of dragged on all the way to the end.

    I kinda hoped that you were going spice up the arrangement in the rest of the song and be less predictable, but maybe that's just me. It sounds awesome. I was just anticipating and expecting much more in the end. Keep up the awesome work!

    Cheers!
    Joe

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Hi Joe,

    Thanks for listening and leaving a comment. I agree about how there's no difference in the beat and melody after about 1:31. It was intentional (basically I came up blank on what else to put it in so I'm gonna revisit it, or as my mom used to say "If you don't know what to do, don't do nothing." I definitely take all criticism into consideration, as I consider myself a life long learner.

    I am truly happy and humbled at the creativeness that abounds in us humans. Positive vibes all around, man. I guess I'm still on a high after seeing The Avengers: Endgame and Game of Thrones (some of my favorites on the show are still alive!!)

  12. royalnation
    royalnation on Mon 29th Apr 2019 - 5 months ago

    That's a pretty cool blend of sounds. I like when people do something different. Good job.

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Hi RoyalNation,

    Thanks for listening and your kind words.
    I do like to mix things up, as the hope is one piece can balance out the other.

    Thanks again for your comment.

  13. Buhduzit
    Buhduzit on Fri 26th Apr 2019 - 5 months ago

    I like the R&B vibes you have man, real smoooth. The synth and dubstep growls aren't for me though. The 2nd part with the dark dubstep is cool

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Hi,

    Thanks for listening and leaving a comment.
    I wanted to give this club banger a bit more edge, thus the growls and dubstep integration.

    Thanks again for your comment.

  14. damonb
    damonb on Fri 26th Apr 2019 - 5 months ago

    nice work nice use of dubstep loops infused with house also some of those dubstep loops can be found in industrial packs as screams in variouse forms parts of this however re3mind me of 70s American disco great job

    wikkid
    Reply by wikkid

    Yeah Damon, I figured you'd catch the 70s reference. I wanted to balance it off the dubstep. Plus I wanted to make a club song. "Now coming to the stage . . ."
    HA HA!

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