From the first second of this track, I could tell I would love it -- I really love that kind of 40s/50s easy listening orchestral music.
As stunkel commented, I would have liked a little more variation in the chord progression, or the bass line: this kind of music has really interesting chord structures with 2nds and 7ths all over the place, so you really could have gone hog-wild and perhaps layered in a few additional instruments. (I don't know what, hahaha, that's up for you to decide as the beatmaster!)
Otherwise, I really loved the beat; I imagine a dope emcee with 1920's swagger could lay down some sick verses over this.
Great song man! I would love to hear some vocals along with this.
Keep up the good work.
Decided I'd copy/paste my review from YT here, because it's so hard to get reviews on NG lately.
That was awesome dude! I love the heavy bass a lot. Sampleï»¿ work was damn good. Great beat, sir!
Don't really have anything to add, this beat is just as awesome the second, third, fourth, etc. time around as it was the first. Keep up the good work!
I promise I will work making my little creations for you, my proud listeners.
The intro is awesome! Nice work on that. The first thing I noticed is that the bass was a little too loud when the drums kicked in. I wouldn't object to this, but its just that the catchy drum beat along with the other melodies are being drowned out by it. I also noticed you used the same chord progression throughout the entire song, in my opinion, if you want to use the chord progression throughout the whole song, make the song get more exciting! Try adding a build up throughout the entire song. Adding a build up can help with any song, it always makes things more exciting in my opinion. Nice work though!
I want the bass as hard as I could, without being oldskool-ish.
I though "I must to improve those cuts", but some hip hop songs contains them. So I decided to keep the final result as is.
Thanks for your comment and thanks for listening it. The next one I promise to put something more exciting.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.