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Old 15-01-2018, 05:23 AM   #1
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What should I do with this?

So I have a big library of sounds like these I made, and although this one and (too many) others sound like they are multiple tracks (at one point they were), they are the result of mashing the sounds together. The problem with this approach is I have no control over the individual sounds, so what I will do, is chop them up into individual sounds, but it seems I have this habit of mashing them together again and then deleting the others (OCD I guess). I guess your guys first advice would probably be to keep all the tracks rather than deleting them when I mash them together. I just find with a these kinds of sounds, I am unsure where to go with them because I feel I am doing something I don't really know (I am not trying to go for any particular genre. Just whatever feels right)

Note, I have no education on how to EQ etc, but I wanted to ask what you guys think of my eqing. Am I going in the right direction? I guess there is no right. EIther way, what do you think of these tracks and what artist do you think is similar, and what genre do you think this is. Do you have any advice?

https://soundcloud.com/sig-abisai/with

https://soundcloud.com/sig-abisai/without

Last edited by Dhji; 15-01-2018 at 06:17 AM..

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