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Here's a reasonably good example.


Listen to how much they do with just the kick and snare. The fills are mostly toms and claps. There is also generally a lot more reverb on everything. And most of the melody is held held down by the synth bass. This is pretty typical production for this genre.
 

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A right hand drive Testarosa? I thought you Norwegians drove on the correct side of the road? ;)
you got me. stockfootage... ;)

No bad. You might want to focus on your drum sample selection. For example there is a really obvious high hat in there that is just not something you'd hear in music of this style.
thanks! I'll take a note of that :)
 

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Back in the day I couldn't stand this type of music... probably because it didn't have much guitar to speak of. Lately I've been listening to it a lot at work, fantastic music to work to... not too distracting. I also keep notes of tracks that I really like so I can jam along later. Some are pretty busy already, but some take some sparing guitar really well!


Nice job and great advice on the drums.
 
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