Yeah, I guess! Thanks, man! :D
Again, there's no real drop and build, but that's just your style. keep adding on.
acestoaces would be proud. you're a true layer stacker.
Thanks so much for the feedback, man! :D
I tried to make the reverb on the kicks less apparent, but I guess it's almost never a good idea to add reverb to begin with lol
I love the basses in the intro to the third drop and the third drop itself. Really good sound design actually.
I love that snare. If I would you I would never add reverb to a kick, because the low frequencies in the reverb interfere with the bass. But I love the melodies here, and the wubs are good too. I'm glad you changed the hats. The lead synth is really cool too. I like how the melody evolves! Overall this is a great track. 8/10!
Yeah, sure! : )
Could I use this as the rival theme in my video game? I'll credit again
Also, I'm extremely confused... How the heck are there 3 plays and 6 likes? xD
Hmm... Alright. I'll see what I can do with my next attempt, which probably won't be for a while xD
But man, your feedback is amazing! It really helps, regardless of how lazy I am to actually improve lol
If anything, I would call this melodic dubstep, though like Legion said, there is no clear buildup to an intense drop. And also, it's worth mentioning that even the hardest dubstep drops have a very slow paced, but hard drum rhythm. It seems that to give your drops more power, you speed the drums up, rather than slowing the pace and making the synths more screamy and hard. (It might seem counter intuitive, but it works.)