My review, your song.
Opens on a nice pad, bit white noisy (I guess like waves/ocean as the title suggests).
0:40 same thing continues.
0:50 major key happyness / same thing continues.
1:37 I'm hearing crackling thats not white noise. Unsure if its the song, it seems to play unevenly. I checked my audio ouputs and whatnot, and music I play from FL, or WMP is crackless. I'm assuming the mix might be making my headphones play something funny, but it may just be an issue on my side.
2:00-ish drum comes in a bit and leaves a bit before 2:40. It should have lasted longer frankly.
5:15 and on, just water noise.
To summarise my feelings;
The water was ok in the intro, good for the solo outro. While ambient music is flowy and generally more simple then that of other music, you should include a bassline that too plays a simple slow rythm, even if its stretched over the course of several bars of music. Keep it non-obstructive of course.
This song was a series of chords of synth strings all playing together on beat. Accompaniment would have made this go from a generic ambient piece to a nicely syncopated composition boasting both smooth easy listening, and well written music. Something like a flute I think would work.
Needs some filling out, and drop the ocean sound midway through when you have more instruments playing the rest of the song.
That crackling your hearing must be the song. I forgot to run it through Maximus... oops. I'll definitely add some more drums to any future ambient music I make, as well as a nice lead. =) And once again, Thank You!
great job, this is a real music ambient,
i would like, you were increasing the volume of the drums i heart, just that.
but everything is good!!!
I appreciate the review =)
Awesome ambient work, dude!
Hey thanks =)
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.