No Man's Land

by noclass
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Genres: Electronic, House, Dubstep

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Stream: 96 kbps, 32 kHz (joint stereo)
Download: 320.0 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo), 11.80 MB
Playing time (m:ss): 5:06
Date uploaded: May 06, 2011, 22:44 EDT Show more info
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Slopejaw gave feedback to noclass for “No Man's Land”:
Wasn't sure how I'd feel about this track since it started off a bit rough. If you want to try and dive into "modern dubstep" and use growly synths you have to understand that there is an extreme learning curve that goes with making those synths. It'll come with practice, just spend hours and hours working on synths.

The house part is the strongest part of this tune. That is very well done. Overall, the creativity is there, just try and focus on your production a bit. Good luck!
 Mar 03, 2013, 22:11 EST

Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to noclass for “No Man's Land”:
I like the experiment. Good buildups and I enjoyed the chip-tunes quality as well.

I would probably like to hear something mixed in in the vein of a live guitar solo track, if you can play one or if you can find an appropriate sample, or even find someone to compose/perform/record one. Otherwise this is A+ work.

Thank you!
 Oct 25, 2012, 12:44 EDT

Badabinski gave feedback to noclass for “No Man's Land”:
Great tune man! I'm really digging the house bit. I have mixed feelings about the dubstep in there though. A lot of people think you just need to play with the filter, but you've also gotta change the timbre of the synth. Play with the saturation! Add some redux or erosion to give it that "yug yug" quality. If you're using ableton, a beat repeat can add a lot of neat variation to it. Just break out of that standard cookie-cutter wub-wub-wub to really make this track shine. Great piece though, and I'll definitely have to check out your other works.
 Mar 15, 2012, 11:04 EDT
Thanks for the constructive comment, love feedback like this, will check you out :)
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