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1/26/2017 7:53:20 AM
House Of DOOM - TONExDEF



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1/26/2017 7:53:20 AM

House Of DOOM - TONExDEF
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Stoneman

2/2/2017 7:17:13 PM


Okay, I think you have what I like to call beat makeritis. That is a condition that exists when people fall in love with a loop and never mix it up with other elements of music. Things like melody, vocals, and song structure ae sorely needed here. Sure there will be some dudes out there that might want to spit to this but their options will be limited because the tracks are one never ending loop that has a few variations but is all basically the same. I think you should consider adding some song structure with detectable changes and it will work just fine. The one loop you are using is dope but one loop don't make a song. In particular, I would add a vocal hook to break things up. You could use your own voice and then pitch bend it to death until it sounds like a chipmunk. That affect is widely used in Hip-hop and will work on a dramatic beat like this. Next, I would add a bridge in order to give the ears a break from the same thing over and over. You can come back to that later. That is what a bridge is all about. Changing the vibe in order to bring it all back to the same thing it was. Also, be careful on that drum loop as it seemed to be almost out of sinc with the music for a bit there. There are many other things you could add along the way such as maybe an instrument solo. That would make the loop sound less like a a loop and more like a band. Plus, some drum fills would help to give it a more band sound. Of course, these are just some suggestions that will hopefully help you make it better. But I think you have the beginnings of what could actually wind up being a good song here. Just time to elevate it to the next level. Hope this helps.

Much Respect,
Stoneman


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