A Decent Track
Now a response to your overly defensive response, to clarify what I said in my last review:
"So much blahblahblah! If it's repetitive, if it lacks riffs, that's not your problem. If it lacks a developed melody, that's not up to you to decide. I am not going to reorganize any rhythms."
- I never said it was my problem, and don't know why you think I'm trying to think I'm the one calling the shots. Constructive criticism is what it is.
"And of course I am familiar with time signatures, what the hell do you take me for?"
TBH, from hearing that track, someone with not very much intellectual experience that compiles premade loops together. I didn't bother mentioning this in the review because I wasn't sure nor did I want to spark more potential heat. I do not intend any offense by this, nor does it make you a bad musician.
You don't need to understand time signatures to make music. I used FL for a year and played instrumental music more or less before without having a proper understanding of time signatures. Understanding the simple math behind metrical organizations is one thing, but looking past that and being connected with the actual feel is another, more cerebral aspect of music. So that's why I asked.
"I am glad you like the song, but, again, I didn't hire you and I do not want you to tell me what to do."
lmao @ hiring reviewers.
I offered to give you reviews because of semi-mean comment I left about your song "Shooting Zeros" as an apology of sorts, and you accepted. This is/was my honest response. Stop thinking of my critiques as being verbatim; it's CAN not WHAT.
"PS: if Americans play samba in 4/4, I can make Indian music like that as well. "
You can also make gaybar Christian gospel trance while getting naked and covering yourself in peanut butter, there's no dos and donts when making art. Again, just a suggestion in case you weren't aware of the fact that a lot of Indian music is "written" (I put that in quotes because most music in this culture is improvisational and orally transmitted-) in 8/4. I'm pretty certain you weren't ;)
And perhaps you're confusing sambas with Americanized Bossa Novas? Not that it matters, I was aiming for awareness, not trying to establish correctness.
"And "if you're familiar with time signatures" is a very asshole-ish way of trying to sound better than me. You're not. Shut up."
I wasnt trying to say that all. I hope you can adjust your attitude a little in the future, and keep up the music.