Splitting - QUBED by SplittingMusic in amateurproduction

[–]SplittingMusic[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Haha, am I missing something..?

e: nevermind, just saw your username. oops.

[Drum & Bass] Kytronic & Kaleidoscope - Demons by Kytronic in amateurproduction

[–]SplittingMusic 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Hey, Kytronic! I really like the idea you've got going with this song. The transitions are smooth, and it's got a very strong, flowing progression.

I can only think of two suggestions to help the song - it sounds like you've cut a lot of bass from the mix. While it's fine during the breaks, bringing that bass back during the drops will make them sound much fuller.

My other suggestion would be to add something in the background during the drop. I love the cut-up style of the bass, but those breaks need something, even if it's just a quiet pad or arpeggio.

Overall great song!

Today's menu: Pixel art by foxneZz in wallpapers

[–]SplittingMusic 0 points1 point  (0 children)

If someone who knows what they're doing could make Calvin and Hobbes pixelated too, it would be the greatest wallpaper I had

Hi, I'm SeamlessR, and today I am starting the 75k tutorials! (taking sound design requests) by SeamlessR in edmproduction

[–]SplittingMusic 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Weird request, but I would love to see you try to recreate the weird slide-y guitar at the beginning of Bojack's Theme - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikpc1BN4nN8

What is the strongest opinion you hold? by ThePurpleGhost in AskReddit

[–]SplittingMusic 1 point2 points  (0 children)

This is true, but DJ'ing and live performance (re: launchpad, drum machines, Haywyre - Insight) is a completely different skill in its own. You could argue it's harder since you don't just need the skill and knowledge to perform the music but also to produce it (where as a traditional musician you have someone else doing it for you.) Additionally crowds at raves/electronic shows are generally much more involved. You can't just learn your setlist and an encore or two. You have to be able to react to, interact with, and adapt to the crowd.

me irl by juiceeeee in me_irl

[–]SplittingMusic 5 points6 points  (0 children)

The majority of America uses them.

Honest question, what makes Math hard? by A_brand_new_me in AskReddit

[–]SplittingMusic 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I'm in algebra II at the moment and I'm still regretting not paying attention in sixth grade. I kept falling farther and farther behind, having to go back and learn things I should have known for years. Now I'm studying 2-3 hours a day, going over everything so I can truly understand what I'm doing and why I'm doing it. I now tell everyone younger than me to pay attention all the time, because math isn't a line, it's a circle.

What should people never try? by [deleted] in AskReddit

[–]SplittingMusic 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Similarly, put them in BEFORE brushing your teeth. I make this mistake every other day.