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drmistersir

drmistersir

  • From : sixzerotwo, United States
  • Joined : Sat 10th Jan 2009, 12 years ago

Comments 1 - 25 of 88
  1. emeraldcitydigital
    emeraldcitydigital on Sun 4th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago
    Commented on socialize by drmistersir

    ;) very down mix. maybe it's ambient with metal guitars.

  2. canberktufan
    canberktufan on Wed 3rd Jun 2015 - 6 years ago
    Commented on socialize by drmistersir

    perfect

  3. keychains
    keychains on Sat 4th Apr 2015 - 6 years ago
    Commented on socialize by drmistersir

    awesome

  4. yappy
    yappy on Thu 2nd Apr 2015 - 6 years ago
    Commented on spots or stripes by drmistersir

    Man, I had to use two mops...lol. I dig this one. Good for some trip-hop as well.
    Keep it up Sir!

    cheers
    yappy

  5. Ishimizu
    Ishimizu on Thu 6th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago
    Commented on like and like to by drmistersir

    neat track... I personally enjoy music like this so it is kind of hard to give any objective criticism as to me the only thing that could need some work is the production...

  6. Spudsy
    Spudsy on Sun 22nd Jun 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on blinded by drmistersir

    Hey dude

    a few things that will help here

    take the reverb off the kick or eq it so the bass is taken out of the reverb (cut everything below about 500hz)
    All tue other drum sounds need to be eqed so there is nothing below about 120hz on snares and toms and around 400/500hz on the hats and cymbals put a low shelf eq on the bass at around 200hz and lower the shelf by around 3/6db do the same thing with the kick but at about 150hz

    at this point you qill need to decide to either use a smaller less bassy kick or Cut the bass off the kick at about 50 hz.

    or.....

    cut the bass at about 50hz to give the kick room to sit.

    also the kick is a little out of key with the bass. Solo'ing the bass and kick should allow you to hear if the kick needs tuning up or down.

    nice track tho dude cheers for sharing :)

    Spudsy

  7. LivingInSilence
    LivingInSilence on Sun 22nd Jun 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on blinded by drmistersir

    That first part, the very first thing you hear when you press the play button and then continues to play until 00:50. Whatever it is it either needs serious filtering or just needs to be turned down in the mix. It sounds ok through speakers but with headphones it is actually quite painful. Other than that, everything else is good. The drums in particular are pretty cool.

  8. Enzotic
    Enzotic on Sat 21st Jun 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on most desperate by drmistersir

    Overall I think the mix sounds good. One thing that I'm not a big fan of is the kick. I can hear it, but to me it doesn't stand out enough (I've never made or mixed a rock track, so this I don't know how important that is). Other that I like it!

  9. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sat 21st Jun 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on most desperate by drmistersir

    I dig the sound and feel of this one! Kind of aggressive and deep. The bass on this one is very prominent, and that works with my preferences. The panning and width of this sounds pretty awesome to me. Reminds me a little of how people responded to Iris-T-Shirt's first album (the group I have with my Love), they said that if they were listening to it while driving, that they would drive off the road. Not to say I feel that way about your song, it just brought back the memory, and anyway I don't drive... heh. I liked this song quite a bit, and hope you do more like it! Fave!

  10. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sat 21st Jun 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on blinded by drmistersir

    Hello friend, sorry it took me song long to get to this. I must say that I have no problems with the mix on this track. I guess I like to hear a more pronounced and audible bass range, but it's hard to tell what the intention was here with the bass. The drums are very prominent and the frequencies are well represented in them. The stereo field of the drums is also pretty good. I find that the other instruments are fairly centered, though maybe wide in the sense of the effects used. Some slightly deeper panning might help. Sometimes when going for a wide sound, I will link the track to a send, pan the main channel one direction, and the send in the other direction. You can add effects to either channel or both then, and adjust the depth of panning on both until it sounds right. Panning all the way left or right can cause problems sometimes, so watch for that. Really it has a good balanced sound overall. I enjoyed listening!

  11. OmarHaleem
    OmarHaleem on Wed 18th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on blinded by drmistersir

    I like it, I have heard your loops, and I was initially surprised at the conventional sound this track has, its almost like you took yourself out of the loops that you have made you a must for my kind of music, I am new here, I must say this one has potential, I love the echo effect that comes in later, but this needs to be understood, its not that it's not cool, its that you have maxed my head with the most awesome sounds ever, and here i find you just taking it laid back..its like expecting a bazooka and getting what is in my honest opinion good, but not what i expected from you your work is exceptional, you could have taken this to another level altogether..

    I understand music only as a space that fills my head and thus after years of listening i know intuitively when i get the tingle up my spine that there is something beautiful happening here..I advise you to keep at it, you have moments, but sincerely,

    Don't go by the book, if you want to, think of it as going jay walking, it will shock people, it will get you in trouble, but you will be the first one to know how it feels to take those steps out of a mothers womb towards freedom..

    I liked it, your loops are awesome enough that i have a load of your stuff downloaded, I mean it, take your clothes off on your music quest and break every rule in the book until feel like you have left this world..this is pudding from a chef whose speciality is ass burning loops!
    I have only just recently joined Looperman, before this, all my music i made using garageband, and i messed with every effect, never using a default setting as if i couldn't or wouldn't wish to be caught dead having a default on anything, did pretty ok..now i have two compositions, My Maya Angelou Tribute and Forgotten Holocaust which thanks to the Looperman loops masters i was able to develop and got appreciated for as well..Please do take some time to listen to what i like to define as Poet-ent Music as i use declamations in different languages to make my own kind of thinking mans music happen..keep doing what you do, but make your spicy stuff happen, this is like being inside a conventional drumset with echoes that hold promise. and you my friend are to exceptionally talented as a loopmaster..you can do better then this! https://soundcloud.com/omar-haleem-3

    drmistersir
    Reply by drmistersir

    I suppose you have a point, I did kind of subtract myself from this one... but the goal was to work on the stereo spread and the quality of the track.

    I took your advice to heart and appreciate the kind words, although I must say, there are farFAR better than me lurking in the depths of the loop

    all the same, thank ya kindly

  12. RenzWilde
    RenzWilde on Sat 14th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on a harsh new reality by drmistersir

    Haha, hell yes! 3 mins of joy. My ears thank you. Saw the Hip Hop tag but pressed play anyway. Hip Hop is not my thing, but this track is...whatever it is. I faved.

    Keep it going
    RW

    drmistersir
    Reply by drmistersir

    genre tags are restrictive... but I understand the need for them, its just unfortunate for some fool doing like I do...
    I mean what do you call that?
    well it's a hip hop type syncopated drum pattern sooooo...

    and that how it goes down

    thanks for the kind words and encouragement

  13. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 13th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on attack the center featBizzyBody by drmistersir

    Yes, pretty sweet stuff here! You totally have your own style going I see, and I respect that thoroughly! I can't seem to pick out parts that I especially like, because it seems like without the whole mix the elements would not be very expressive, but put them all together like this and you've got an epic track. Cool ending!! Fave!

  14. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 13th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on a harsh new reality by drmistersir

    Wow that intro was freaky! Have not heard hip hop like this before, but I hope I hear it again. The bassline around the 1 min mark was very cool and groovy! I like that you always seem to push the boundaries with your tracks, if more people did that we probably wouldn't have all these boundaries. The chopped feel of the drums is very nice, I can't tell if it's old school or new school... shows how much I know about hip hop. Anyway, killer track! Fave!

    drmistersir
    Reply by drmistersir

    wow...
    thanks, that's the best 'atta boy' I've ever gotten

    oh, and fuqs to boundaries!

  15. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Thu 12th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on his practices are questionable at best by drmistersir

    First off, I'll say I like this very much! Secondly, it wasn't what I expected when clicking on a "hardcore" track... I was thinking either hardcore dance or maybe hardcore punk, but I really don't know what this is! Love the homemade audio on this one, you have an ear for good and useful sounds! I like the bass at the end very much! Fun and trippy song!

    drmistersir
    Reply by drmistersir

    thank you sir, from the likes a spiv no less...

    and here's a challenge for you.
    do a bass loop search using keyword science
    and use em both in a mix

    I lookforward to hearing the results

  16. RenzWilde
    RenzWilde on Thu 12th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on attack the center featBizzyBody by drmistersir

    Not weird at all. Very mainstream. I can picture Lady Gaga dropping some vocals over top.

    Sounds good. A little malfunction at the end though. Better get Scotty to take a look.

    drmistersir
    Reply by drmistersir

    ugh... that hurts.
    I liked her better back when her name was Marilyn Manson (that's right, they're the same person)

    anywho... I guess i'm pretty out of touch with the mainstream, I didn't know

  17. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Sun 1st Jun 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on the enormous cost of unchecked ambition by drmistersir

    This is trippy, it kind of sounds like a d&b tunes that's hiding behind the industrial. It's pretty manic. I like the guitars and the vibe of the track. The sampling is good as well.
    Just a little too short.
    FR

  18. DesignedImpression
    DesignedImpression on Wed 23rd Apr 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on his practices are questionable at best by drmistersir

    This would work well into game themes as I mentioned in Preferred Company Of No one. I favor that one best but this could be a nice addition to the themes. Nice use of your loops. Thanks for sharing. Peace.

    drmistersir
    Reply by drmistersir

    if'n you got a way to put this track into a video game, have at it man!

  19. DesignedImpression
    DesignedImpression on Wed 23rd Apr 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on preferring the company of no one by drmistersir

    Dr. MisterSir, You need to get this involved into some games. I can imagine zombie, warfare, outbreak, evil scientist, dreVil, trapped ghosts, graveyards, paranoid city, abandoned cities type of scenario game play that this would work really well for. If you do, send me a message I am down to play it! Very nice thanks for sharing. Peace.

  20. InverSound
    InverSound on Sun 23rd Mar 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on the enormous cost of unchecked ambition by drmistersir

    lol i love your tracks and loops, especially the bizarre cthings you leave in the description box lulz

  21. crucethus
    crucethus on Fri 21st Mar 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on the enormous cost of unchecked ambition by drmistersir

    is very hypnotic..could you work on the dynamics and the stereo separation a bit. I think then you will have a very interesting track to present. don't give up on this one it has potential!

  22. Crypt
    Crypt on Fri 21st Mar 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on the enormous cost of unchecked ambition by drmistersir

    Very well made and creative song. Nicely done!

    drmistersir
    Reply by drmistersir

    glad you think so... it feels unfinished to me...

  23. GramoChopin
    GramoChopin on Mon 17th Mar 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on his practices are questionable at best by drmistersir

    Sounds like a theme to a mad scientist on the loose creating all sorts of havoc with a variety of experiments. hmm something like that, anyways this one is pretty trippy too. Like the synths, peace

    Neobane/InPSYcLe

    drmistersir
    Reply by drmistersir

    see that's what we were going for...
    and the synths are all mine here, so I'm glad you dig em
    actually everything you here on the track is my own
    they're available somewhere in my respectable catalog of uploads

    it'd be cool to here what you can do with em

  24. GramoChopin
    GramoChopin on Mon 17th Mar 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on preferring the company of no one by drmistersir

    Ah yes a cinematic piece, right up my alley. I would usually spare some imagery in my review of a cinematic track but i'm not in much of a good mood right now. Not venting at you or anything though, but i like this one bro. Sounds like it's the theme of someone plotting something sinister, digs it. peace

    Neobane/InPSYcLe

  25. Burtsbluesboxes
    Burtsbluesboxes on Sat 22nd Feb 2014 - 7 years ago
    Commented on preferring the company of no one by drmistersir

    Oh yeah! 3:) another nightmare :D Disturbingly Awesome!

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