Nice start, but the chord progression from 0:05-0:07 feels very awkward. And then when it repeats at 0:19, 0:25...etc. Feels like there should be a note or two more in there just to make the change a little less stark.
I like the little bits of brass and then later harp/violin, but I think in general you need to change it up a little more in the accompanying strings from 0-1:20, it gets a tad repetitive. I like the chord progression (except the aforementioned part), and I like the gists of the melody/harmony, but I think it could do with a little more work.
Well, I salute you for making music. I have a few qualms with this piece though. I thought the chord progressions were perhaps a bit banal, as everyone has pretty much heard the same progressions before. As for the background, It could be a bit more rhythmically interesting than [1 . . and . . 4 .]. I will give you kudos, however, on the melody line--it sounded tonally interesting against the background chords. Next time, perhaps adjust output volume for whatever sequencing program you were using, if possible, because towards the middle there was some aural friction going on. Keep on keeping on, and don't ever get discouraged with making music... : ]
Actually pretty nice!
But it could be way better. So you get a 6. Not bad at all.
Splendid, Adam. This is pure leetness I'd say. Also, Reminds me of pirate music.
Respect, Andy J.
cool sound to it, reminds me of pirate music...
Hey good call!
I never thought of it that way :O
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