A good... way to start.
The first 20 seconds are great. It builds, and has rhythm and looks like you're about to drop down some kind of harmony. Not to say that the guitar was "an ear bleeding opus" it just didn't match the harpsichord.
At about 40s in the guitar goes into a kind of solo (loop). Not bad, and in fact I like the dissonance when the harpsichord comes back into it. My problem with it was that the drums cut out, but THE BEAT DIDN'T CHANGE. Just like different notes and different instruments, I think that different speeds are needed to make a piece interesting. Same thing was happening in your first song.
Short and sweet:
Good stuff: nice buildup at the start, and good use of cutting sounds in and out.
Bad news: everything has the same speed.
daa daa daa daa, daa daa daa daa <-- all same not so cool
daaaa dun dun, daaa dun dun <-- switches it up
Keep it coming. Honestly a big improvement.
i think the drum would have been cooler if you used the some beat but not just with snare ts okay not very intresting and the piano is a little off but a decent piece
this was mainly cause i was bored, thank you for the comment.
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