really liked the drums, perfect at the beginning;
nice capture of the jazz, I couldn't help but notice the guitar at the beginning didn't sound realistic enough and cut-off without much reverb, if any at all.
I like the brass and the trumpet(is it?) was amazing, piano part was ok and overall I think this a piece you should be proud of^^
Well first off what you've tried to create is very hard, and yet you have definitely accomplished a decent piece of music everything is in a correct place and distinctly there, you have chosen to use loops and that sets you in a decent mood after you've heard it once, also the saxophone you've incorporated definitely reminds me of a sweet Jazzy club which is great with the slow exciting pace of the piano, Also the theme of the city is awesome aswell.
All in All.
I was Incredibly impressed i hope to hear more of your Submissions!
Nice try ;P
Well, the enthusiasm is there!
First MIDI guitar submission I've heard for this, haha. The kind of guitar sound I had in mind was a warm, bluesy, distorted sound, the kind you'd hear at a dinner jazz club. Your additions, I find, simply do not fit the mood I envisioned.
You introduced a chord progression near the solo section that didn't fit the bassline or piano chords and overwhemed everything else - I could barely hear the rest of the song. Remember when you mentioned that "less is more?" Less would definitely be more in this situation. Silence is a note, too - give the other instruments room to breathe. Pretend that the guitar is a breathing instrument, too - put silence in every once in a while to let it catch its breath. :D
Keep at it, though, the potential is there!
thanks for the advice, i really didnt know what to do at that point, so i tried going more epic to go into the solo, guess it didnt work
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.