This is an epic tell and makes anyone wanna fall in love. Amazing.
Oh this was so family guy-styled sketch and it was hilarious I loved it. Good work!
Got That Monsta
You definitely know how to duplicate Skrillex man I hear a lot of that in there which is pretty sick and all but I feel like those sounds are going to burn out soon because Skrillex's problem is that he just freaks out. Yeah, granted, I like the WOAH!!! But with a song like this you want that feeling to carry throughout the entire track, you know? So I would..... slow the freaks down and keep your melody throughout the dub drops kind of like what Mt. Eden does, you know? You can really find tracks that would accept a more Skrillex freak out but I don't think this is one of em.
The drums, however, are off the chain and I love it man. I don't like the guitar 'cuz it sounds like country distortion. Heavy metal is a drop D thick string nasty distortion so I can't agree with that description but regardless this is dope and I do like it. I guess I'm just not in a freak out mood lol
All About Strategy
This isn't too bad but yeah, I can see where quality can be handled better if you got more knowledge in FL Studio. Believe it or not though FL Studio is extremely easy to learn once you know all the basics - you just need someone to point you the right direction.
Organization: this is pretty simple though I'm not the best to get advice from on this point cuz my listings are usually pretty ugly too but I keep them organized in a simple way so I don't get lost. The easiest way to do this is piece your song together per sample you want to create. For each pattern I'll do the most significant pieces on it and then title it something like "Kick Set 1" or "Lead Melody 1" this helps me identify which pattern I want to use later. I usually leave the wave tables alone unless I'm using controlled animations or want to cut up patterns that section usually looks like hell for me. You just need to find your preference for that.
Mastering Keys: Make sure that you check your audio tracks and that they don't rise over -10 this is to allow anyone who wants to mix your track to manipulate it easy without any sounds trailing. The second thing is compressions and limiting. Limiting helps your track with low-high outputs and avoids clipping while compression tweaks lows-mids so that sounds such as your kicks come out with a much better overall sound. You don't have to know too much about them just use presets and find the one that works for you! Also use soundgoodizer for things like your snares.
The biggest thing is don't get concerned about experimenting. I've flirted around with that program so much that I've got all sorts of knowledge just because I was experimenting and that's where you'll learn to create things that others don't have like I have my own bassline that I use for my electro house tracks I created.
Ableton is, hands down, the best music software on the market. I plan on buying that when I get my money saved up for all my hardware.
Hope that answers all your questions, if not, go ahead and PM and I'll get you tutorials and such to help you out. Happy producing!
Thank you very much! :) I'll PM you about what I don't understand.
This I can see people dancing too. You're mastering's getting better too just make sure you don't have everything too loud or it'll cut other sounds out and you lose quality that way. Also, do some research on compressions for your kick you'll be amazed at how it'll make it sound. Other than that this is very good keep it up!
I love It
This feels like it's got a story behind it and it's awesome.
Crazy RLS Mad Hatter
I have to agree with this guy below me, it's like a Robert Luis Stevenson Mad Hatter lol I love it!
You make madness look GEWD lol
Madness is already good. :)
I just make it look good-er.
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