This review cannot match the one below me but I'll try to be helpful.
I'd say it's a pretty neat song. Some of the percussion seems a bit... uh, I don't know how to put it. Like it goes over the maximum volume allowed, that kind of effect. The tune was lively and it didn't get old. I actually think this could serve as two different songs. Like, the first slower bit could be broken off into one song and the faster part could be another. And they'd go side-by-side probably. Am I making sense here?
Actually yes. As I was going over it, I started to feel like it might make sense to split them, seems I wasn't the only one who thought so. I think I may just look into splitting them up while addressing the issues mentioned here.
Thanks a ton for the feedback!
Okay, I'll be the first comment then.
Kay, the intro is quite long, it gets boring.. but is nice, has a nice pad (reminds me of Fable II intro music, actually, sounds like the exact same notes.)
The BooBass sounds REALLY out of place. almost sharp in pitch..
Hi hat needs some reverb
I'm liking the beginning melody
The key change could be better more smoother..
Tempo change was refreshing.
The Snare needs to have a limiter
Try using a multiband compressor and a fruity limiter on your master channel because everything is 'distorting' needs a compressor badly.
You should almost never have just 1 synth playing by itself, have something helping it along. (drums don't exactly count in this context)
Don't forget balance.. Your melody is being drowned out by a counter melody...in the second verse
automation is key!
Work on your middle melody, you sorta change key mid melody, sound out of place...
Outro is nice but could use a little more pizaz
Keep at it!!
I listened to the ENTIRE song just as I would want people to do to mine..
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Best feedback I've ever seen on here. I'll definitely address these issues, Thanks a ton!
(For the record, never played Fable 2 >.<)
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