The name suits it the most espcialy when the (chorus?) kicks in :D
This coming from someone who does not compose music so i cannot give you advice but from an audience's pov its great!
Thanks for the nice words man. I'm always glad to that people enjoy my beats.
i was mean, lol
i decided to check out your other stuff because i thought you had better than "Do You?!". this is pretty sweet. I've tried ambient and hip hop and not done this well at all. really tight work here man i give it 5/5. great FX.
Hey no worries man, I'm glad that you like my real work :)
Like I said that 'Do You?!' was basically just a mic test to
see how the vocals sounded in a song. Apparently not too
good lol, Ill have to try harder next time! Thanks for the
reviews btw, ill be sure to check out your stuff when I
get some time.
Orchestral ambience, great fusion sound!
First of all lemme say that your mixing needs a bit of work, but leaving that behind....I think your song is brilliantly composed!
The whole instrumentation was stunning, I like the way you mixed orchestral sounds with synthetic sounds, it brings this composition into a whole new level!
I must admit I didnt quite enjoyed the frasered drums you used, I think the fraser is a very delicate effect, its quite hard to get under control since it makes your drum loop's volume very unstable and hard to mix. In my opinion, fraser should never be used on percussion, but I do like the originalitty it gives to the track.
I think this is probably one of the most innovative songs Ive heard on the portal.
Nice work buddy!
Keep at it.
Your review totally made my night dude. I'm glad to hear that you liked it as well as your constructive criticism, this song isn't fully finished, I'll but uploading the last edited version fairly soon. I can see what you mean by the frasered drums. I have been thinking about the same thing including the overall drum loop.. I plan on making a changing drumloop instead of the same continuous loop for the entire song. I think that might be my single biggest mistake with making music. But yeah, anyways, thanks for the review. You really got me thinking. I'll be checking out your stuff when I get the time.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.