Thought it'd say thanks and give you a review. Good song, especailly considering it's the first time you made a song with that program.
I would recommend letting in the loops for guitar by doing creshendos, i've done that for a while and it makes it seem like it was prepared more.
I'd have said 9/10 but it's the first time you used that program, and anything less than 10 doesn't fit for this song. Great stuff. + (Yeah, the crybaby seems better)
Thanks mate! I'll try to take the tip into consideration, I'm trying different things with different programs to see what will fit me more, but that's certainly a good way to go about it.
Thanks for the review, hope you enjoyed my song!
Sounds like an old green day song
I think you've put together something solid here. It sounds good, and you're definitly getting good at putting Fruity Loops compositions together. There are a few things that bugged me though:
-I can't really hear the base drum (try EQing the different drum parts seperately and also EQing your guitar).
-I don't get a general sense of the dynamics, ie the song doesn't build or fall in energy, it just kinda stays in the same relative place after the guitar comes in
-add more instruments!!
For your first forray into Fruity Loops it is definitly a solid foray, so keep on working at it! I also really dig composing some of the song in Fruity loops and then playing a real guitar over it, it's a cool way to do things. Good job senor!
Thanks mate. I hate the Green Day comparison (that's me, sorry) but besides that you pretty much nailed it. See, the problam is, I'm running the demo version. So no save feature = no time to write/make things better. Still looking for a way to pirate my version, but whatever.
I'll look into the EQing thing, don't know how to do that yet. I'll try it though. About the energy thing - correct, but with an 8 hour time limit, it's pretty tough to write a song :P
Thanks a lot, mate.