- Posted Apr 12, 2009, 22:09
hey m8 dont be to hard on your self,
it just a takes a bit of time and a shit load of pratice,
thats wot these forum places are for.
you got some mad dnb beats m8 make no mistake about it,(mad as in pretty damm good) and you have a style which is techy, so id pursue that road a bit more.
listen to a heap load of techy dnb,
emulate other producers(some say its cheating, but its all learning process),
i mean if someone didnt copy the amen break most probably there wouldnt be much dnb around(true?).
your a reason user yeah, well make youtube your buddy see how its done on there, make there pathches. its all about learning m8.
im no master either bro, im just scratching the surface of it to.
just develop your style,
if you find a trancey bit think to yourself is that techy enuff for this beat?, ok no but will it fit in the breakdown?, keep asking yourself questions.
you might have a limited knowledge of dnb but that can a be a bonus, because your coming to this scene with fresh ideas.
most ppl are pretty cool with advice, its just how do you transfer that advice into your daw.
thats the hard part for me as im using reason4 for pads and a bit of bass,sx3 for my beats,and ableton for all the midi side..
so when some one says to me yeah boost the mids in the pads,
im like ok thats in reason how the fuck do i do that lololol.
trust a few ppl's comments and try to work that into your tune, not every ones gonna like it,(believe me i know that)because everyones taste is different.
soz m8 but you did say brutal,
hope i wasnt to brutal.
dont give up, get better.