No, Fail here
This isn't good enough, it goes bad at 0:13, you need some more of that drums and that bass sound FROM the bass.
If your going to do it this slow, go with a wah pedal, seriously, it will TOTALLY help.
I've been trying to redo this song for a while, because my skills with the instrument have improved so much I can't even compare this to what I can do.
I don't have drums, a bass, or a wha pedal, so if you could tell me what I can do with the instrument and amp I have, i'd appreciate it.
Yo what up?
What I liked: I really liked the track quite a bit actually. And I liked what you said in your description. What I got from the song was emptiness and uncertainty and when a song gives you emotions, it's definitely a good one. I'm pretty sure other reviewers would tell you to turn up the guitar, but I actually like it the way it is. It adds to the meaning of your song.
How to improve: I would suggest doing some remastering to the track because I can hear the white noise. You were not playing in time. Try playing this song with a metronome and try and make it more metronome friendly. Also, try adding percussion and chords, but if you think that'll conflict with your song's meaning, you don't have to. One more tip: the riff you did at :06 seemed out of place. Try making it more of a composition than a song, if you know what I mean. I mean, spend more time with it. Compose it. Make your music with love and care!
Edit: I did some remastering, I got it to add a little backround effect instead of just white noise. The other parts, I did a lot of work on the second version, but it seems people are more fond of this one, from votes. So i'm not sure what to do with this from now.
1. Ya, the program actually has a metronome to put on while the song is on. The only problem is I have no idea how to get the tempo I need for the feel of this song.
I'll use it anyway though.
2. I added a note in the backround just to mix, I only had the note play when the main part had notes high enough so it wouldn't seem out of place. I would like to add chords, but unfourtunatly, I took a scale that is rarely used, so the only way I can think of adding chords is just to make them out of notes in the scale.
3. This song was something I used to remember a scale, so didn't really have a plan of how to put everything together correctly. So I am probably going to redo the song, but it's going to sound a bit different. Personally, as long as it has the same feel to it, it's cool with me, the scale can do that itself.
And thanks for the review, it's good to get some critisizm, and not just people voting it down or up for no reason.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.