As a lover of literally every single music genre, (Well, at least a few songs of each) I tend to look at each part of the song individually, and all in all, i really enjoyed the way every single piece of this seemed to fit together. Also, i loved the buildup, almost twice as much as the actual song, and I loved that part. But by far, the drop part between 1:44 and 1:47 was my favorite few seconds.
Thank you very much cenajus, im glad you like the song :). I also have to say that the buildup was also one of my favorite parts of this aswell, i just dont see people taking time to do this as much anymore and i feel that the buildup is one of the most important parts of a song. Thanks again for the review, It made my day :)
Okay, well in music there's what's called a drop. Yours came in at 1:45. That's too long for an intro to a 4 min song, usually. However, the actual dance part of the song is quite fun, as well as catchy. You have good fills at the ends of your loop sets, but you probably need more drum fills to have variety. Maybe for the ending you might even wanna add an echo to the end of the song.
Also, you probably shouldn't put this in the techno genre, it's fine with tags, but I'd say that it's more dance. than anything, maybe a hint of trance. Trance-dance? Whatever. Decent song, I'd say, though.
thanks, i appreciate the criticism :). i think the reason why i tend to do long intros is because i have listened to (and played) rock music quite a bit and a lot of rock songs tend to have longer intros. songs like cliffs of dover for example. its more a personal preference for me to have long intros so i can understand it when someone who has listened to electronic music for awhile would be put off a bit by it (since electronic songs tend to have 30-45 second intros). thanks again for the criticism, it is well appreciated :)