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Still waiting on the semi-jazzy guy who promised me a new bass version on his track and perhaps a collab. Hit me up bruh!
thanks man, you were right. the master was a bit distorted. sidechained some stuff for more room and filtered some unnecessary frequencies.
also added a very small reverb with a metallic damp to the snare and some distortion.
PSP Easyverb is really the shit for those small reverbs just to give it that extra space and realism.
cool, i often just need a little direction, it can be really though to figure everything out for yourself, especially if you're working on something for hours on end, i tend to lose touch with what the song needs.
I'm definitely gonna keep varying the bass, it's fun as heck.
So let's collab sometime?
know exaclty what you mean, just keep doing what you do cause it's painfully obvious you have a huge amount of talent
i'm still available and still am interested in collabing, this is the shit, let's work this out
>tfw listening to your own music all day because you like it so much despite the fact you're so amateur and nobody else seems to care the slightest
do i need to go completely crazy before i'll be any good?
thanks that means a lot. believe me i make a lot of bad/mediocre stuff and been doing this for years.
wait so you are not >>52837889
anyway would love to collab even if it's two guys lol!
i'll drop a message. pretty cool, you started your own label?!
Reposting works for a collab anons posted a few days ago on old /prod/ thread, someone added the BPM but sadly I didn't jot them down.