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  • #22901
    Avatar of Steppaholic
    Steppaholic
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    So um, hey ma frens! I’m new to this site, but here is the stuff I’ve been makin! http://www.soundcloud.com/steppaholic I have been makin my stuff with my Mac, my mouse and my keyboard. I am planing on geting some equipment very soon though!

    #36707
    Avatar of graphite412
    graphite412
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    welcome!!! you now make the second Christian dubstep producer that I am acquainted with. So far your stuff sounds good from what I can tell on my netbook speakers. Would you like feedback on your stuff?

    #36708
    Avatar of Steppaholic
    Steppaholic
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    Hey ma fren! Its nice to meet ya! I would LOVE some critique, I am always open to criticism. Is there any place I can listen to you stuff? I would love to hear what my fellow Christian producers are making! Anyway, I’ll be seein ya around the forums!

    #36709

    Brrrrrrrrap!

    #36710

    Rodimus
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    sounds good to me (-:

    #36711
    Avatar of simmo mania
    simmo mania
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    sweet!

    my stuff’s available on soundcloud, link’s in my pm:)
    you use logic?

    #36712
    Avatar of Steppaholic
    Steppaholic
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    Thanks every one! I use Reason 4. I have been for like 2 years maybe. I really like your stuff too simmo mania! sounds great!

    #36713
    Avatar of simmo mania
    simmo mania
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    ah reason:) how do you find it for arranging? I’ve found it better for control over synths and the like, but i don’t think it’s arranging is that deep, main reason why i prefer cubase:)

    #36714

    Rodimus
    Keymaster

    we certainly need more Christian dubstep producers!

    #36715
    Avatar of Steppaholic
    Steppaholic
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    I’m pree much in love with Reason, I have never really tryed anything else out though : . I really like the way the way automations work in reason and I like the synth controll. I dont seem to have any problem with the sequencing and arranging either but like I said, I have never tryed anything else ^^ so I dont know what else to expect.

    And yes! I am super excited to be one of the few Christian Dubstep producers! :D

    #36716

    Rodimus
    Keymaster

    @Steppaholic wrote:

    I’m pree much in love with Reason, I have never really tryed anything else out though : . I really like the way the way automations work in reason and I like the synth controll. I dont seem to have any problem with the sequencing and arranging either but like I said, I have never tryed anything else ^^ so I dont know what else to expect.

    My younger brother is a professional sound engineer and he likes Reason too. I’m actually surprised more guys on here aren’t using it.

    #36717
    Avatar of graphite412
    graphite412
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    you can find my stuff on youtube or on my site at http://www.graphite412.com

    on youtube just type in graphite412 and you can find some of my tracks and other stuff from other Christian producers. By the way if you type in Karac in youtube you will find the other Christian Dubstep producer that I know of.

    #36718
    Avatar of graphite412
    graphite412
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    Here are some comments on your tracks!

    Pumped- this track could probably use some overall compression. If you had more overall compression you could tighten up the dynamics and make the track punchier. Using compression can also make your drums sound really fat and huge by compressing the daylights out of them, at least if you do it right. Better quality samples for the drums would also help a lot. If you don’t know where to get any, there are tons of stores on the internet where you can get samples that sound great for fairly cheap. During the breaks it seems as if your drums are also dry, I would really suggest to use some reverb on these even if it is only a little. There is a free liquidsonics reverberate LE convolution reverb that is the bomb and it can also import impulse files that can be found for free on the internet. It’s a vst, so if you use protools without a rapper or reason, then you are out of luck. Also if you use some multiband distortion plugins like ohmicide, it could really help some of your track’s sounds really sound gritty.

    Uber Solider- I still have some of the same recommendations that are on the Pumped track. A more aggressive kick, more high end in the percussion would help a lot.

    One suggestion would be to play your tracks back to back with a professional mix that you like after you have finished mixing, at least if you don’t do this already. This can help you figure out little holes in your mixes or little tidbits that would help your tracks. Your tracks are sounding nice so far and I’m only nitpicking.

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