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Justin Ironwoods - Feathers

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Author Comments

Finally finished today. I know you guys will just zero bomb it, like what happened yesterday... but for those who do like my music, I hope you enjoy it.

I was inspired by a beautiful bird who flew peacefully in the sky, and landed in my yard. It left silver feathers, and I felt like making a song after that.

For the few who do appreciate my work, I hope you guys like it and enjoy it. :)


I 5 bombed for you <3

This is very smooth but one thing I think you need to work on is building things up I fee like this song has no build up just a constant flow makes it less exciting in my opinion.

I also would suggest working on the bass I can barley hear it over everything else

I agree with the guy below me that the melody has a wired feeling which I am not saying is bad its different and I like different.

I think the drums could of had more variation instep of the constant 4 X 4 kick but its not to bad

Good work :):):):

Have A Great Day!

XenoxX !


But great. Smooth, good use of the piano btw, nice transition from classical to funky, but sort of without climax. The melody is strange and peaceful. It don't have a feel of jarredness in it, so I gave the melody a 9. I wondered if you could give a touch of interupted cadence to the melody, and also, if you could do more drums. The drums bring a nice touch to the melody. I give it a 9.
Keep up the good work!!

p0larus responds:

Haha, yeah.... my bad on the strange melody. I'll try to do more drums on the following song I'm producing. Thank you for your feedback and thanks again for reviewing!

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Credits & Info


4.38 / 5.00

Jul 12, 2010
10:19 PM EDT
File Info
7.2 MB
3 min 9 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.