I've written a bunch of reviews today, and in many of them I have said what I'm about to say to you: be aware of frequency ranges. There are two ways to do this: as you're choosing what instruments to use, consider if they share a frequency range with your other instruments. The other way is to EQ most of the tracks so that they each have a frequency to themselves... it's okay for them to share frequencies, but if each has it's own "sweet spot" the clarity of each instrument will be increased dramatically. It sounds silly but it's really, really amazing how much a track will sparkle with a little EQ. Anyway, keep up the good work!
As has been said, you have much potential. Your melodies and harmonies are nice and complex; they're a bit disoriented at times, but these times are few and far between, and the rest certainly makes up for it. I'm liking that snare as well; its subtlety is a really nice element, and I would've liked to have heard more of it, or, come to think of it, I would've liked to have heard more percussion in general. Well-done, though; I'll be paying attention to your future work.
I'm glad you like the track. I'll hopefully be releasing more very soon.
for your first song this is pretty damn good! You've got quite a handful of talent to be able to do this so early on.
I can't WAIT to hear what you can produce a few months down the road =D.
Don't stop, you've got potential, I would like to hear more from you.
Again instrument choice was exceptional, they all flowed well together.
I would have placed both of these in techno or at the least ambiance, when you place them in Misc, they don't get listened to cuz people think it may be some sort of random thing like arant or speech.
5/5, keep them coming.
Thanks for your kind words. I wasn't sure whether or not to place them in ambient, but for similar future work I will be sure to have it labeled ambient.