ware be da saxophone??
Sadly, da saxophoneaphone not be da here.
It be in da other song.
Also, Lobster is against kosher laws....yet I'm speaking to one. Wierd...
I'm not gonna say I know too much about electronic music as I'm a live kind of guy but I have a few comments. I liked the drum beat. The rhythm was pretty good. It was a little bit weird when the drum fell out because the beat changed in a kind of weird relationship. I wish you would have done more on the electronic stuff and less on the guitar. Good job though.
Wow...a ten...NEVER did I think I'd get this!
Thanks a bunch for the review. Near the end of 'writing' this song, I decided it needed melody. I liked the sound of the guitar. You are right though, I shouldn't have added it. Something else would have fit much better.
it's a cute little piece, it's a very good beginning piece. the fact that you used no loops is impressive. Exponentially better than my first piece, which will never be heard by anyone other than me, as I deleted it from the face of the earth.
You've got potential. Best of luck in future endeavors, mate. :P
But you should take theory, it's very helpful. I had no idea how much it would improve my music until I took it.
You have noo idea how hard it is to compose without piano :P
And I am taking theory at the moment, so I hope it does.
It was good, but next time, just put a LITTLE bit more downtime in between synths, OK?
Woah, a 9! Thanks!
And ya, needed much more 'downtime.' But, as I admit, really isn't the greatest. Or goodest.
Not to bad!
A pretty good song for your first song right? its got some good melody and really does flow with itself. My only complaint would be its a little random and doesn't flow as well as it should. Other then that its a pretty nice track. Keep it up!
Thanks for the review, Wyldfyre!
As for the randomness, i just got tired of writing a lic over and over that didn't fit, so i just said "I'll play something. No matter what I get, it'll go." It wasn't a very good get :P
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.