posted on Aug, 23 2011 @ 08:19 PM
reply to post by Donahue
not a bad lil chune! forgive me for saying this, you got melody and a mind why focus on 90's trance infratructure with hip hop beats? essentially
your dumbing down your own creativity?
i used to work in recording studio's back in the 1990's, dont over repeat a chorus, heres a hint - write the verses first, then think of a chorus -
think uplifting using the third chord of the verse as a starting point- chorus is always more focused and louder.
on the recording the drums are sooooo loud, they never are in masters! Bass is! and that goes for all types of music! use plate reverbs for drums
(symbols) snare a (plate or room) bassdrum a (room) EQ on bass to get good bass doesnt mean cranking it all the way up! a tweak over flip point is all
you need, on bassguitar (room) push the bass EQ just past the flip, then play with mid if its flappy or muddy then start testing treble, if still
muddy then lessen the reverb( smaller room) and bring level right down.
the rest like vocals, keyboards or metal guitars play with in volumes or EQ's as they differ from style to style, but vocals louder in chorus, melody
louder in verse, bridge loud instruments but quieter vocals
sorry you know what its like when you been there, done it got the T-shirt, but i liked the melody and if you were to get famous in your music, break
beat rap, hip hop and trance would be long behind you! be the leader , not the sheep!