posted on Jan, 26 2011 @ 07:11 PM
reply to post by WorstCaseScenario
Hey dude, nice track.
I produce drum and bass too.
you got some nice sounds there.
I suggest some EQ'ing.
-you want the kick at around 100hz and take away anything below that on the kick as you want the sub bass to come through below the kick.
-the snare you should layer up at least 3 different kinds of snares ( 1 one at 150hz, 1 at 175hz and 1 at 200hz) this will really make it punch
- hi hats should be EQ'd right at the top end around 5k ( also double up on the hats and pan one set to left and one to the right)
- have the break sitting at around 500hz
This should give you a nice sound on the drums.
any music sitting on top of this should come through nicely.
EQ'ing is the key to mixing well, i studied music production at uni so learned a lot there.
hope that will help you out
What are you using to produce?
here is a link to my stuff
check out 'love st' best one yet
edit on 26-1-2011 by roguesoul because: (no reason given)