[Drum n Bass] Signal Jacker - Come to the land of Buddha
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Old 25-07-2017, 02:59 PM   #1
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[Drum n Bass] Signal Jacker - Come to the land of Buddha

I'm not often happy with my pieces, but this has come out really nice, it's 192 bpm in 9/8.


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I played drums in prog metal and jazz bands growing up so I always love some odd dime signature grooves . I like the feel of the track and the drums are really cool. At the 2 minute ish mark i was wanting a change got a little repetitive for my taste. I like the track! , but would want to hear more variation for my taste

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I played drums in prog metal and jazz bands growing up so I always love some odd dime signature grooves . I like the feel of the track and the drums are really cool. At the 2 minute ish mark i was wanting a change got a little repetitive for my taste. I like the track! , but would want to hear more variation for my taste
Wow I am stoked that I have managed to impress a drummer!! Excellent hehe!!!

Right, this seems to be most peoples complaints about my music, they want it to switch up quicker, I use too much repetition, maybe you can help me? I progress through my sequences in 8 bar stages, that is for example in the track I bring in a new layer every 8 bars or so. . .. . . so, 8 bar drum intro, then bassline, 8 bars later, new bass layer, 8 bars after that etc, oh somtimes I'l let a section repeat twice but with a breakdown at 8 bars again, this seems to be what I am accustomed to writing.

I wonder am I showing my age here? lol, can you point me to an example track which I can listen too? because nearly every dance piece I can think of progresses in this way. . . I think. . . . except for Breakcore lol (which I do like) but 8 bar progressions are what I was brought up listening too, was it not the case for you?

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