Reading your story and listening to the music is really cool. Nice song man!
Thanks for the review! It's always nice to know people like my stuff!
Thanks for the link to your flute sample.
Nice song. My advice would be if you are into song writing and you don't really do electronic music, there is not much need to try and be fancy with mixing and mastering. So as you know, you have drowned this in reverb. lol
My suggestion would be to not add ANYTHING at all and just enjoy song writing. Level the instruments to your liking, or pan them to your liking, and maybe add a 'touch' of verb to the master track to make it sound like your music is all being played in one place. But other than that don't stress yourself! :D
You're welcome for the sample.
And thanks for the tips! Most of what I'm doing now is just playing around, and I'm coming out with decent results. Thanks for the reverb tip, I don't know why I didn't do that here.
Thanks for the review sir, and please stay away from my future children!
How did you make this song?
Um... I loaded a flute, guitar, and drums into Fl Studio, played around for a few hours making up melodies and parts, experimented with some effects, then exported it? :) Beyond that, it was just making things up in my head.
But thanks for the review, sir!
this was a good first original
I really like your work, and will continue to reviewing
so long as you keep making :D
Thanks, dude! I recommend you check out the finished version! It's the same length, but it's got a piano!
I'm going to make more, and when I do I'm looking forward to those reviews!
And from me, the waffle man, thats a compliment. You sir should be happy.
Hahaha. Great song. The drum track really adds to the experience. Great job!
Looking forward to hearing more.
Thanks a ton for the review, Mr. Waffle Man! I am deeply honored to receive such a statement from one so great as you. :) The drums certainly seem to be a good part of this track! It sounds pretty dull without them. This'll be finished soon...
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.