Destroyed my hearing.
need to balance the voice w/ song, because their terribly unbalanced in this.
The scream at the end made it for me
Refreshingly horrible. The going more and more out-of-tune as the song progressed was a nice added bonus.
I see you've studied music theory.
but not the kind of Swank I find Swank
I'll whip up something even better for ya.
A Few Things.
I'm sure your able to notice your biggest issues with this song, And if you can't, Maybe you should consider avoiding Audio for a year or two.
- Your microphones quality was atrocious. I mean it couldn't handle it when you started yelling, and it couldn't absorb any noise before that. So I don't know how much that cost you. But if you want to actually make music, You should buy much, much better equipment.
- You spelt the title to this entire entry wrong. Destroying contains a 'Y'.
- Although I saw some minor amounts of promise with the actual music I could hear in the background (Not your vocals), the quality of the file and the length of this song made that look like a spec of gold, under a pile of crap.
- Avoid the scream next time. It sounded, horrible to be completely honest. I suggest you leave this song on your profile forever, So you can look back at it in the future when your making good music, And getting 100's of downloads.
Just, Work on it.
I laughed a little, too. That roar was... definitely eerie. I'll give you that. But the entire thing just... sucks. The recording quality, the chord progression, everything.
It's called a rock progression. Basic knowledge. In essence, go fuck yourself.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.