I love the piano. It set a great mood in the beginning, but I think the bass sounds like it's fighting with the main melody when it jumps in. At first I found it a bit difficult to enjoy because I had to focus on what I was listening to. I think it would be beneficial to this piece if the bass worked more with the melody rather than doing it's own thing. This song has a lot of potential.
It's pretty good.
I honestly loved the begining. Although the turning point at 1:22 was very unexpected. I didn't really like the music into that part. But the piano is really good. And when are you going to get a mic for "Tearing Through My Oblivion" and the other music videos? I look forward into your future work.
Plus, one more thing I don't really like to this song is that even though it has a good beat, it's a bit simple. And I know you made it that way so it'd be easy to remember. But after Tearing Through My Oblivion and the past music, I'm sure you can do better. Not calling this completely bad, but you should know what I'm say.
Kayz I'm done.
I kinda understand what you're saying.
Also, I should be getting a mic for my b-day (Dec. 7) or Christmas. And be sure to check my youtube later in the year, or even my reverbnation, cuz I'll be performing live at a lunch rally for my school and I'm gonna have my girlfriend record it. I'll only be doing my songs that have lyrics, since I don't have a midi board or anything.
Okay, I thought, great intro, sweet piano melodies, punchy drum sounds, nice leads, clear mixing.
The main thing I think you should work on more for this song is that wobble bass. I'd personally say leave out the automation/lfo/whatever is is controlling the filter, and just leave the bass as a dirty "reese" sound. Then, to keep it interesting I'd say put over some really haunting reverbed vocal samples in the odd place. You don't need a wobble bass for it to be dubstep, and I love the parts without the wobble, but in my opinion that wobble is a bit too "cheesy dubstep" sound.
That's all just my opinion though, and it was worth a download. Stay proud of it- the people you've showed are right to love it, I'm just giving a suggestion for what to do next.
I know that it doesn't need wobble (and a decent number of mine don't), but to my ears it just worked for a little variation. We all have different tastes, and this one suited mine just fine. Thanks for the suggestions, though. I might use that backverb/reverb idea.
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