Good harmonics, that was something I personally was late at getting down, and its the critical key to any good dance song. Again, for the professional sound, check out the manual that comes with the software for tips on EQing and mixing. There's also a ton of online tutorials from random people, while Image Line also has their own FL Guru tutorial videos. You had some really good parts, like at 3:24, where you did really good work with that pad with the electronic, and the following breakbeat was also good. The ending was a bit abrupt. At this point, your next big step really is what I mentioned earlier, and from there a natural progression and evolution of style and sound will emerge. How long did you say you've been playing around with this for?
thanks - mastering and EQ is my next big project :D I've been playing around with this stuff for the past few weeks now. Thanks for the review :)
I'm not going to pretend that I know anything about how to make synths, or that I can properly critique them, but if all your reviews are written by critics who only listen for details and preset guidelines, whats the point? What I heard was some awesome tunes, yo. No explanation necessary. No pointers, no guidelines, no rules, I just listened. And I enjoyed. Of course, that's an understatement. I love to write, and the background music you have playing plays a huge part in the piece. Even as I listen now, I know this song is definitely going to be used during some chapter whose name is going to be synonymous with the word escape, which is something prestigious because of how much I love writing high tension chapters. I may send it to you after I'm done so you can see what your work has inspired. cheers!
Thanks :D I would love to see what you end up writing! I write as well, and I know exactly how much of an influence the music playing has upon the work
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.