This song really works as a whole from beginning to end. However, I have to say my favorite thing about this song is the rapid plucking that comes in at about 0:20, which really pulls it into a whole new realm of sound. I really found this to be an enjoyable experience, and a very well put together song.
Thanks very much. :)
I noticed that you didn't change the progression at all in the song. I you're going to do that you should at least create a tempo change somewhere in the song. On a serious not, the song ended really abruptly. Whether or not it was intended, it was really uncomfortable. A fadeout works really well to let the song dissipate on it's own without shocking the listener in a sense. Otherwise, very good composition.
8/10 - good, but not perfect
Thanks. :D BTW the whole song is pretty much 1 big progression here, and throughout the whole thing it is changing. I believe what u ment to say is melody, though I did that for a reason. The melodic part is the Acoustic guitar, and I set this up so that the listener doesn't get annoyed in repetition. Think of it as an experiment. As far as the abrubt end, that was intended. I intened this to be a video game song, so I wanted it to end like a song, but still be able to loop. Turn on the loop and you will see what I mean. It might be a bit choppy, but hey, thats what happen when you cut it at the end.
Something's off about it
Judging from your responses to the last two reviews, I know you'll probably disregard everything I say and excuse yourself from my review, but that's okay.
I feel like the electric guitar was very much out of place among the more classical instruments. It really threw off the tone of the song, and little emotional effect. If it were louder and more clean sounding, it could have had a tremendous effect, but unfortunately, the attempt fell flaccid.
Maybe you could try changing the mood of the song with the instruments already in play, or change the note structure a bit before throwing in the guitar. That would be more effective for changing the mood than throwing in a bad sounding guitar and drums that are playing the same notes as every other instrument.
But that's just my opinion, and I think you'll improve when you get more practice with it, especially with mood changing.
lol, yeah... Im going to ignore ur review. I told u already, and I will tell u again. I was using premade instruments in the FL-Studio, if you don't like the way an electric guitar sounds, don't come crying to me about it. As far as everything else. You are right I disregard. From what I see here. You obviously did not read the way my story was going, because if you had u would have realized "OMG its a bomb!" from ur top secret mission is not a fluid motion but instant. And out of curiousity what do you mean by drums playing the same notes as every other instrument?
Sometimes the drums sound off, but otherwise the overall melody is good. A strong background bass would sound good as well.
yea, dunno why the drums sound off, but i hear it too ^o)
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we had to wait to get the bicycle before we could get anywhere quickly, we didn't have any of these confounded new "running shoes." We walked!
Ah the memories...
This is actually pretty cool, I'm not a big fan of "Trance" but I actually think this really goes for the change in style that music needs. Very defined parts and a melody that stays consistent, but also changes slightly as time goes on makes this something that can be listened to for the entire duration.
This is a great example of what a trance song sounds like, but unfortunately there is nothing really new sounding here. It has generic beats and melodies, all used expertly, but without any real effort to push the boundaries.
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