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SiUnit SiUnit is a male
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Please check out my new track 'Simulate, Stimulate' and post your comments here!

This track is a bit of fun! Too much dnb takes itself far to seriously! This is a transformer meets jumpupneurodubstep crossover thats just plain fun and made for partying.

I'm not quite finished arranging and automating but the mix is sitting well. Give me some feedback so i know how to finish it off =D Thanks!

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mix is pretty good, some nice little edits throughout too, kick and snare nice and big, cut through well.....sub sounds great, provides a lush layer of low end throughout.....some cool synth sounds......vocoded vocal is waaaay to cheesy imo, some real nice synth work but they sound a bit inconsistent in terms of levels, you need to compress em as a whole and keep em a little more controlled.....half-step section is f**kin sweet as, loving that section...great tune overall, loads of variation and lots going on, the break around 2:45 sounds off, needs tightning up a bit...the section around 4:24 should be the main part of the track imo, sounds great! the track overall is quality, think the structure needs a bit of work tho, listen to some tracks in this genre and how there arranged cuz it sounds a little messy at the mo but top notch stuff!

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I had some problems feeling the intro in the very first seconds as it seems to be sorta off. But when the main kick and snare comes in it all makes sense. I really like their sound, beef and the placement in the mix.
Not sure what type of synth it is that goes with the halftime drums in the intro, it is too thin anyways. It could use more fx and be a tad more upfront.
I expected a huger build up towards the drop, you disappointed me there.
Your hat programming after the drop is slightly too choppy for my linking, but I guess that was your intention. It is effective for sure, I personally just prefer more flow.
Loving the main bass sounds. They work together splendid. Your lead could be fatter and less dry tho.
The transition to your half time drum line should be improved.
Loving the breakdown, even though the orch is a bit cheesy. I actually like cheese but im not sure whether it’s out of place or not.
The production quality is good, tho sounding as if you haven’t mastered the tune yet. The mixdown is way too calm and you could really get more beef and heaviness out of several of your synth.

Keep working on this one.
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Duly noted! Thanks guys Big Grin

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hello SiUnit,

Welcome to dotbe, sorry if you're not that new, iv not been around much recentlyBig Grin

like the tune, that beat certainly hits the spot Drummer

basses are sweet too, not so keen on that high synth at around 1.06 though.

Could do with more of an intro but like you say, you're not finished with the arrangement.

Yeah man sweet stuff. fine job squire Bigup

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