Discussion in 'Beats/Producers' started by sumoneelse, Mar 9, 2005.
all my producers in the chi...where ya at???
royalty - i like the violin you got goin on..need better drums and EQ and compression on ya sounds man..adjust levels and pan to make ya shit stand out good. layer drums..keep building man
hit this up
ps. everybody always hatin on my 808! lol
heres a producer from tha chi ~~~~~
iz about time i found another ~~~~~ from tha chi who actually make chicago beats...
dis shits hott ~~~~~ i voted dis muhfucka hott riigh as i started it...violins are hott
bass iz on cue ~~~~~
dis whole thang iz flame pimpin on da real
keep doin yo thang pimp fa sho
and i use FL and a triton
i got chu bacc ~~~~~
fa sho nugg
Yo this Invy of Thirdworld. Tell me something. You wanna collab? I like your style. You got some stuff to learn as far as the way you produce, but I can teach you that. You can do something big. Holla at me.
-Very nice concept, but the drums need some push. Fix that and this joint is official.
Who Is You?
-Same as the prior track with the drums (so I'll just stop with that criticism: YOU ALREADY KNOW). Love the string/vox sound in the background: gives a nice feel to the track.
This Is What She Said
-I get it: Don't know what she said. Anyway, percussion pattern/sample drives this track nicely. Wish you'd let it run for abut 60 seconds or so. As soon as I vibe off of the track a little, it cuts off.
Ready to Ride
-Sounds like an instrument is in reverse-very nice effect. Again, wish it didn't shut off so soon.
You know what to do.....no need in me saying it again.
Hit me back:
returnin the favor..hey dog dont be so hard on yourself.. i like that violin track...the drums could be little harder..but the violins are hella tight..dogg just keep bangin i like your style..
what's up yall, I'm back...I ain't in the business to make money like most of you cats out there, just a spare-time kinda thing; hit my page up, gimme some feedback and I'll do the same (though I'm the novice)!
me - www.soundclick.com/covelliproductions
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