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And once again. A new submission from me, hehe.
Tried mixing stuff together and this is what came up.
I know its not perfect. But still I wanna upload it.
Thnx 4 listening! Cheers

btw, I know that the part at 1:42 sounds a bit offkey, but that was intentional. Just say it, if you dont like it!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 3, 2013

I don't get what the guy is saying below because well this is a pretty good piece. only thing that is a bit shamed is that the melo is a bit lame don't really like it but the rest is verry well produced.

Kepe it going!!!

AeronMusic responds:

Thanks mate. I also don't know what the comment below me is talking about... He is drunk or something, talking shit like a barfing dog.


Rated 2 / 5 stars January 28, 2013

I get the theme and the general characteristics you were trying to compose here, but I do have some specific critiques.

The intro/hook doesn't necessarily have to be so, well, loud. The drum & bass feel of this, along with the melody could be a whole lot more intense if it builds to something as opposed of starting out with a flurry.

Take just around 1 minute for example, perfect point to actually start this piece and have the intro build into the epic portions from there.

Another hook example would be the high pitched melody you have occurring over the bass - this could appear on its own, with larger note values, and then an explosion into the main overall piece. Voices could also be introduced one at a time. Melody begins (looping), drum alone enters next, then bass, then effects, and so on.

The point around 1:45 is great, and that alone could be a piece of music I'd love listening to! As an individual bridge though, making that ambient glow the primary part of that section would be my preference, as opposed to what you did which was to have that squeaky melody playing over the calmness of that portion. Kind of a contradictory statement there, even though it seems to have fit anyway.

Just some simple ideas. This piece has a lot of potential.