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    (New Riddim!) Tell Dem Riddim by TerryVibes

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    This is my latest riddim. Any feedback is welcome!

    Last edited by terry_oi; 03-16-2012 at 10:08 AM.
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    Cool Vybes. TerryVibes ya LARGE. A Me Seh SO!
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    cool ting

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    Vybes not bad!

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    Big Up !

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    Awesome track!! I love the horns, they sound great!

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    nice riddim dawg

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    I like the riddim and horn section (horns sounds great). They come in solid and Im waiting for the drum and bass to drop hard but they don't. I dont feel the stomp of the one drop. Bring the kick and snare up; put a swinging tamb on top of the hi hat. The bassline line needs better phrasing. I know this advice is abstract, Drum and bass must be able to stand alone without anything else, I dont feel that on this groove yet.
    Last edited by sound bwoi killa; 04-21-2013 at 06:27 PM.
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    It nice. Bless up!

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    Cool man. I think the drums need more power .

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