Have you ever heard of a band called Bunget (or are they a main influence)?
This really, really reminds me of their work in a way, it's particularly similar to some of their material on the album 'VÃ®rstele I do legitimately enjoy tracks like this, the atmosphere in these kind of tracks is quite diverse and beautiful in it's own sense. IT always sound like some being of forboding omnipotence floating through a void of his own heaven. A bright white sky and fog is always what it reminds me of strangely enough.
I might just have to subscribe and hope you pull off more of these type of tracks in the future :)
Wow, that's an unexpected review. Glad you enjoyed it. Never heard of the band, I'll look them up. It sounds like you have a very vivid imagination. It's always interesting to read about the places people go to in their minds when listening to music. Thanks for listening
It's a great feeling... Except it doesn't really go anywhere.
The first 5 minutes of the piece before a primary melody is actually introduced could be reduced to a 45 second introduction, and man-o-man after that this piece could soar! It has HUGE potential.
I wish I could share with you the things I imagine this piece really evolving into.
Try playing with different sections. Keep the underlying feeling that dictates this piece, and play over it tons of different stuff. Just go wild and you'll find this evolving into a front page, best rated, most downloaded epic!
Otherwise as it stands now, it's a little boring. Although I'd love to play this in the background because it makes great ambient music (say if I'm working on homework), concentrating on the piece yields a very simplistic & dull outcome, despite how cool it actually sounds.
Awesome feedback, mate. This was thrown together as a collab project and submitted for fun in a recent contest. We pretty much just worked together exploring what we could do as a collab, but I have to agree that there is a much better WIP writhing around in there somewhere. I was actually questioning how we handled the intro myself, so your feedback is very useful here. It's a CC-BY, so feel free to yank it and play with it on your own. We may revisit it ourselves.
Thanks again, outstanding feedback. Very constructive. I'd take a detailed breakdown about what someone doesn't like over a one-liner praise any day of the week.
Thanks for listening!