Relaxing boss battle
Have no real idea why but I can see this as an excellent boss battle song all the way to the end. Kind of reminds me of the first and last Seymour battles from Final Fantasy X, both were intense and annoying since he kept getting healed constantly.
The loud bass line comes in clear and sounds very nice so good work there on this. That turned out to be a really nice charm here. The synth lines both sounded incredible and the drums finish it all off wit ha relaxing tone to make you feel better if you had a bad day for the day.
Overall, soothing bass line and boss battle beat!!
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Wow thank you for this nice review :)
I dont know much to say lol since you summed up most of it. And as you heard, I spent quite awhile mastering the bass to make it sound good... And I was in no way aiming for some boss battle theme but im glad you think it would fit there :)
So im glad you liked it!
-Ah a nice melodic introduction to this one. I like how the beginning buildup was laid out. Everything didn't come in at once but was layered out very slowly. There could be more variation in the middle as it stays kind of stagnant for a while before the bells come chiming in. Overall I think it's a good listen. Maybe a bit too long though.
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Thank you for the review!
As you pointed out, my songs dont variate as much as they do so i will try to work on that... Im glad you liked the beginning though :)
Nice track. :)
Pretty light and smooth track, I see. The relaxed feeling I got from listening to this is pretty obvious and clear. I like the song as it plays towards the end where you've got bells to create more sentimental value into it. The drums could be varied a little bit more throughout the song, rather than than just the cutout freq. More varied patterns (little is enough) would totally make your song more colorful.
Thank you for the review...
Yea your pointing out my errors atm since my songs dont variate as much as they should and i dont put as much effort into the general sound. Rather, i spend 90% of my time mastering everyting -.-
But thanks for the review!