Description : This is a really early track, at a time before I payed too much attention to mixdown's and creating space in a mix where the only thing that mattered to me was the structure and the elements. It's a nice breaks track none the less but please don't be too harsh on the critique regarding the mixing. It was made using reason 3 all elements are my own with the exception of one or two samples. I wish I still had the project file for this so that I could import it into nuendo and give it the attention that it deserves.
All feedback welcome and appreciated.
Description : This track was produced especially for my girlfriend, she loves liquid drum and bass so I wanted to make something special for her. I like D&B myself but it isn't my forte. Again more time went in to the content than the engineering on this one. I used nuendo three Stylus RMX, Rob papen Octopuss, and Predator to create this track, All percussive elements were loops so nothing original here apart from one or two synth presets that I created myself. This track was thrown together in about 3 or 4 hours and I was pleased with the result from a content point of view considering I had never produced a D&B track before. Im open to all sorts of critique and feedback for this one.
Description : This was the last track I worked on which was roughly about a year or so ago.
After getting some proper engineering tips from a proper engineer and producer I decided to test some of them out. This track doesn't have a lot of elements and I'm not exactly happy with the arrangement. But from an engineering stand point I can safely say that this is the best production I have done to date. I wish I could say that this is a work in progress but as I have been unfortunate enough to suffer multiple DAW crashes and a System reinstall the project file has been lost forever. All that remains is a half completed piece of audio which you are listening to at the moment. All critique on every aspect of this production is welcomed as it is basically where I am at now as an engineer.
I hope you like it and I appreciate any feedback given.
Description : This is an unfinished track I'm working on, unmixed, unmastered and not even half way complete. Theres tonnes of elements missing and lots of automation that needs to be done but I've put it up here solely because im looking for a female vocalist as I think this track would be killer with a vocal on it.
The style of vocal I'd love to have on it would be something similar to Maria Nayler, But i'm open to anybody interested in putting their own vocal to it.
Id love to hear some feedback on my progress so far anyway and anyone who might know of someone who fits the Maria Nayler bill please let them know.
As always, Thanks for listening.
Description : Progressive trance track I made about three years ago. Again, Like with all of my previous tracks, Mixing and automation is badly needed. A couple of extra elements might have also kept interest going but what can you do. This is also a lost project file and there's nothing else I can do with it unfortunately but share it with the community.
Hope you enjoy!
Description : Progressive House track made about three years ago, This one is another lost project file (So many tracks were lost it the great crash of 2009)
All elements were created by me apart from the kind of glitchy electro stab which was an absynth preset and like 99% of my tracks, no loops were used.
Still requires a good mixdown and some mastering but alas it's not possible. Sharing is all that can be done with this track now so I hope you like it.
Description : This is the latest progressive house track that I'm working on, Never actually finished light on the horizon so moved on to this instead. This one's earmarked for a couple of record labels so apologies for disabling the download feature.
A lot of work still to do on this but thought I'd share something recent with the community for feedback.
All elements created/tweaked by me one sample used only which of course was tweaked to suit.
Comments and critique recommended and welcomed.