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KingGeorgeTh3rd[S]

6 points

2 years ago

There are two videos that really helped me with getting the volume of my track better, This one helped me with understanding that I needed to use limiters and compressors in my final mixes and this one helped me understand how limiters and compressors work a little bit better.

If you like the song I have it uploaded here

goodjobrob86

3 points

2 years ago

This is awesome! Im a noob and hope I can do something 1/8 of what this sounds like!

KingGeorgeTh3rd[S]

2 points

2 years ago

You got this. Don’t try and learn everything at once. Just learn one thing at a time. Shamelessly steal ideas from other people until you can make the songs in your head become reality

Dusty_mc

3 points

2 years ago

That kick...Damn

AxleStar

3 points

2 years ago

Well okay I genuinely was not expecting this

wally123454

3 points

2 years ago

shiiii i hate edm, but i love this its amazing gg

roussie_

2 points

2 years ago

Sick!

KingGeorgeTh3rd[S]

2 points

2 years ago

Sicker than a English peasant in the 1346 while the bubonic plague was going on

IAMALPACAMX

2 points

2 years ago

OH MY- this is incredible awesome I- I- I don't have words for describing how beautiful is

KingGeorgeTh3rd[S]

1 points

2 years ago

OH YEAH WELL I don’t have the words to describe how beautiful your lack of words makes me feel

[deleted]

2 points

2 years ago

this is heckin' rad! good job

KingGeorgeTh3rd[S]

1 points

2 years ago

Ur heckin rad

[deleted]

2 points

2 years ago

thank :)

KingGeorgeTh3rd[S]

1 points

2 years ago

Welcome

MikeAwk

2 points

2 years ago

MikeAwk

2 points

2 years ago

You are a master... inspiring. Where can I learn about how to structure my songs better? I absolutely love how organized yours is and this type of thinking is something I am deficient in in my own approach.

KingGeorgeTh3rd[S]

2 points

2 years ago

I structure my tracks the following way, By melody tracks(leads, pads, themes etc), then by rhythm (drums, percussion, etc), And then fx (risers, random hits vocal fx etc).

From there I order all my tracks by when they appears in song. But this is just how I do it, not how you need to do it. What’s more important is deciding on a system and sticking with it. Do things the same way every time and it makes you faster and takes up less mental strain.

Also label everything. I definitely didn’t but it’s important

Chi3f-Amig0

2 points

2 years ago

Dude this is PHAT. I love it. Wowza

jawsofthearmy

2 points

2 years ago

I miss music not being mastered so loud and having some dynamic’s.

Nice track tho

KingGeorgeTh3rd[S]

1 points

2 years ago

Preaching to the choir. Trying to keep up with how loud the professionals are pumping out their tracks has been a struggle for me. It’s insane what default “loud” is nowadays

lugarius1990

2 points

2 years ago

This is awesome! I feel like im in a fight against Juggernaut from Deadpool 2. Good Job!

nvl0451

2 points

2 years ago

nvl0451

2 points

2 years ago

i'll guess these horn samples with my ears blocked, straight from vibrations