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I worked on this song for like an hour and I'm really proud of this song
if you like this song please make sure to favorite the song and rate it!
Made on fl studio
The song has a calm sound to it. The tune sounds like it would fit in for the start of an adventure or at the end of a show about someone going on an adventure.
The synths have a crisp sound. What synths were used? Then the bass comes up constantly which sounds good since there is a high bass note then a lower bass note repeating. The drums are smooth and remind me of SNES games. The old sound synth makes me think of a piano.
Overall, decent starting song. Sounds great.
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Thank you :3
Everyone says my songs are related to SNES songs but i never heard any SNES songs
I like it! I love the atmosphere of it, and really liked the instruments cutting out at 1:14. I'd possibly decrease the volume of the arpeggiating synth that comes in at about 1:00. Would've been interesting to see how the tune would have progressed if you switched up the chord progression here and there, or perhaps had the synth that comes in at :30 play a different note of the chord than the bass, but the song certainly works without doing that anyway: the change of dynamics and texture that you've got running throughout makes it work and keeps the interest up. Loops flawlessly. Good job!
Thanks for the nice comment :D
Nice melody, and the synths work pretty well together. What you need to start looking into is equalization and mastering. There are a lot of different things to learn about all that, but EQ'ing is one of the first things you should learn. There are lots of different techniques, but a good one I like to use is called Subtractive EQing, which is where you reduce the frequencies on a track that don't add to the overall mix. Like on the higher melodies, you would want to reduce the low frequencies, and on the basslines you would reduce the highs. That opens up for space on the wavelength for everything to blend together.
Before I turn this into an essay, lol, this song is catchy. It'd be nice to see you keep working at it.
Thank you ill check that EQ and mastering stuff
I love it you get 5 stars !
Thanks! that means a lot :D
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