Morph - Sham-rock The Pub! NAC
I got the sense of a jig first off, but then it rocked into a modern sounding tune. Nice Melody! I wasn't a fan of that fakey fiddle lead. It had way too much vibrato for a lead. This has a definite Irish feel, but I just can't get past that fiddle. When the song breaks into fife/pipes, I still was left wondering why you didn't find a higher quality instrument. The drums were nice and the beat left me rocking my head around a bit.
Overall: Better fiddle and better pipes and this would be excellent in my book.
SWEEEEEET - I love the direction you took this - and the use of cello in the bg. I like how you stuck to all celtic instruments - the violin doesn't sound 100% realistic so I am going to assume you used a sample for it - and kudos for even attempting it, as violin is a very iffy thing to use as a lead if it's not actually recorded.. just because of all the advanced timbers and tiny sounds in it.
Flute I would have preferred to see some reverb on.. it just feels a bit too stark for my liking. And maybe that arp in the bg spread out a bit more and maybe brought up a bit more - it's being drowned out in the bg.
still.. after a while I did feel it got a bit repetetive.. I would have liked to see some diversification of your melody. Other than that though great attempt! Nice use of claps hehe..
Nice, I'm glad to hear a heavier st-patty song. However, it kinda feels empty for most of the song, like it starts and has a progression but then always comes back to only a few instruments instead of building up. The samples are pretty weak as well but the actual composition is pretty good. I liked the flute break around 1:45. Good idea trying to go heavier but you could have had more conviction with your concept and make it more heavy. I still like the melodies very much so it's good stuff.
Gets me the St. Pattys Feeling! Nice!
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