I like it! Sounds like it would be in Wipeout! :)

It does get a bit repetitive though, but I'm not sure whether DnB is like that.
Not sure what else to add to this, I think I need to add more to it after the break since it sounds a bit empty but I'm not really sure what.

I still can't find out how to do what you suggested, and I did look at some of the guide (starting from the beginning and including the EQ page.) I advise you to use a spectrometer . Personally, I use EasySSP that you can download here: https://au.tomatl.org/ It's a VSTe, VST effect , that you plac...
Yeah, this new version is much better. I'm not in the best position to talk about EQ, but I can advise you to read A Guide To Mixing Music on Audiofanzine : https://en.audiofanzine.com/recording-mixing/editorial/articles/mixing-with-myself.html This link will take you to Part 1 of the guide. On the...
One way to fill the spectrum of frequencies: to use layers , that is to say additional synths that you will superpose on the existing parts. For example, if your synth 1 plays such a melody, you can use a synth 2 that sounds differently and assign it the same melody. But to prevent the layers from ...
Yeah I did end up doing that, except with less basey (as in low) sounds, it still sounds good though.

I also made the drop better by filling in those blank parts of the melody with 4 square long notes (I don't know the terminology aha)
I mean it doesn't really sound as if there's much to it, if that makes any sense?
Any ideas on how I could fix this? The song in general just sounds "empty", as in, there doesn't seem to be much to it, and I'm not sure how to fix this.

PPNDP wrote:
Sat Nov 18, 2017 1:38 am
Cool. I like that it's a bit out of tune. But vocals do not fit there for me.... but you could change them to some robot-voice.
Yeah they probably didn't fit because of their positions. I've fixed that, and it sounds much better!
Maybe if you had an echo effect on the voice and some calf reverb on it, it might fit in better. :) Tip: If you're planning on using calf reverb , out of the nine dials present in it, I suggest turning down, the decay time dial a tiny bit, and play around with the wet and dry dials. :) Yep I agree....