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Yuri Lima & Kovacek Feat. Slimmie - Not Enough (Preview)

yurilima_WD2N on February 28, 2012 03:19

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    New song made by Brazilian producer Yuri Lima and English singer Slimmie.

    100 Comments

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    • Charles Christian
    • DJ Hahn
    • Alvin White_
      Alvin White_ at 1.01 on June 30, 2012 03:14

      Very nice good work brotha

    • Krzysztof Nerga
    • DamienSchreurs
      DamienSchreurs at 1.47 on June 25, 2012 22:10

      Nice use of the drums as a transition. Great track from start to finish!

    • blackfingers
      blackfingers at 2.42 on June 05, 2012 09:54

      excellent work,top tune my man!!!!!!!

    • Achraf Kallel
    • F4κe-мe
    • Elder Lucca
    • silvanarios
    • Swanson Sounds
      Swanson Sounds at 2.24 on March 26, 2012 09:58

      love this so much!!!

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    • MaGana
      MaGana at 2.43 on March 09, 2012 10:51

      Nice work as usual! Love the track.

    • Dirty Humans
    • Oscar TG
      Oscar TG at 2.45 on March 05, 2012 23:17

      Great use of layers, a prerry good mixdown, just a shame the ending was so abrupt. I know it's a snippit, so I can't really complain too much about it, but would it have killed you to fade it out, or at least end at the end of a phrase! Brilliant track, plenty going on to keep the casual listener engaged as well as plenty of drive and energy to fill a dancefloor.

    • Oscar TG
      Oscar TG at 2.19 on March 05, 2012 23:14

      Really minor niggle, the kick drum is pretty relentlessly banging along on the one two three four, except where it pauses at the end of phrases. I'd like to hear the odd extra hit half way though a phrase, or maybe a little roll here and there. I appreciate that with so much else going on, it's useful to have something fairly simple off which to hang the more complicated stuff, but it seems a bit too simple for me

    • Oscar TG
      Oscar TG at 2.04 on March 05, 2012 23:10

      I think you've missed a trick at this point. You could grab the last syllable (nuff) and use some ping pong delay to bounce it along the beat for a bar or so, perhaps increasing the width from quite narrow to wide over the course of the delay effect, or some other glitching / delay effects

    • Oscar TG
      Oscar TG at 1.52 on March 05, 2012 23:08

      Excellent build, and the drop is superb. Head bobbing, foot tapping, bouncy goodness

    • Oscar TG
      Oscar TG at 0.37 on March 05, 2012 23:07

      Sweet little melodic bassline, but you don't rely on that alone, you bring in incidental synth sounds to accentuate and punctuate, very well put together to this point

    • Oscar TG
      Oscar TG at 0.15 on March 05, 2012 23:05

      Great percussion work on the intro, lots of different things going on to keep the listener interested right from the get-go without being too cluttered to make it DJ-unfriendly, a difficult balance to achieve

    • djmichaelred
      djmichaelred at 0.07 on March 04, 2012 17:27

      Pretty nice sounding track

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      femaleDJdrops at 0.16 on March 02, 2012 18:09

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    • XEL (pron: Chěl)
      XEL (pron: Chěl) at 2.53 on March 02, 2012 06:11

      Finally, in closing I would like to cmment from a DJ's perspective and say that the track is very, very DJ-friendly. There are several really optimal mixpoints for incorporating this into a set or mashup. The ares where the percussions cut out are filtered perfectly in order to be replaced by rhythmic leads that are easy to follow and count off to.

      I can definitely see a dancefloor reponding well to this track as is, and would feel very confident dropping it into a set while the crowd was groovin' to a mix.

      I tried to be as critical as possible, but found myself trying too hard from a technical standopoint. The only thing that honestly stood out to me was the aforementioned buzz/ringing on the kick in the intro, which was very minor.

      Thank you so much for sharing this solid track with me. I really enjoyed spending some time with it and giving it a deep listen.

      I hope you found my comments to be useful, or at least to offer a detailed and honest perspective on your track.

      I look forward to hearing your future work!

      Thanks,
      Xel

    • XEL (pron: Chěl)
      XEL (pron: Chěl) at 2.33 on March 02, 2012 06:05

      The "tape stop" effect adds a nice amount of character - a great style choice.

    • XEL (pron: Chěl)
      XEL (pron: Chěl) at 2.02 on March 02, 2012 06:04

      The bassline/lead synth that is introduced here in the climax are nice and full. The processing you've done adds a great deal of movement to the synth and a taste of distortion that sounds really nice - giving this smooth track a bit of an edge.

      The kick is punching through very well, and seems to have no competition with the other elements of the track here at full energy.
      Also, all of the elements come together, musically, reall well. All of the secondary melodies work well with the lead, and everything seems to have a nice little notch carved out in the EQ to have room to exist.

    • XEL (pron: Chěl)
      XEL (pron: Chěl) at 1.43 on March 02, 2012 05:50

      having all of the levels come down so that short drum fill sounded really ncie and really adds a lot of emphasis to the climax of the track here! The drum sounds are great, and offer a lot of character to a house track like this.

    • XEL (pron: Chěl)
      XEL (pron: Chěl) at 1.39 on March 02, 2012 05:48

      The sweeping tension-riser here just before the drop sounds nice.

      To my ear, though, it was a bit pitchy (high-end) and maybe had just a touch too much volume. When I cranked the track (beacuse this track makes me want to crank the volume!) it was quite sharp and was a bit too loud to my ear for as high-pitched as it is. Give a listen and see if you agree :) Either way, it was minor, and wasn't overwhelming.

    • XEL (pron: Chěl)
      XEL (pron: Chěl) at 1.28 on March 02, 2012 05:46

      Nice filtering work on the pluck synth...again, very subtle, which adds a lot of finesse.

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