Solid piece of work here man, good job :). I like how musical it is. Some composers get so caught up in sounds and glitches etc. that they forget the piece of music itself is important. I myself believe less is more, and this definitely rings that true. To create a more complete creation, maybe next time allow a little more variation in format. All in all though, right on man I like it.
Thanks :) I'll keep that in mind.
This song is great, it's one of those that can even give someone like Gordon Ramsay a wide smile :D
I like the varied use of harmor and sytrus, just goes to show that some people have the potential to create unique sounds!
As a critique though, (being nice will only help so much) I would suggest varying the patterns a bit. There isn't really a build up of sorts, it feels more like a techno song than trance. Maybe you could try developing your skills in devising awesome leads?
I'd like to listen to a song that includes your chilled and relaxed style but also includes a catchy melody, it would be a nice break from all the hardcore and heavy stuff everyone (including myself) produces nowdays!
Continue developing your style, I look forward to hearing more stuff like this! You've gained a fan, which means i'm watching you...
I'm glad you like it :) I will try and keep that in mind in future songs.
let me guess, fl studio and nexus VST? ;D badass song
FL studio is correct but no Nexus. I don't even have Nexus installed. I used mostly Harmor and Sytrus and made most of the sounds myself.
It's a nice song. I like it. Good opening and variation of notes at the beginning. I like the rhythmic variation in the bass. Sounds pretty good when the beat starts. After about 16 measures, I was expecting more of a change. Maybe a change of chords or dynamic break down or something? The plucked synth has somewhat of a unique sound to it. Overall, I enjoyed giving it a listen.
thanks :) I always like it when people give good feedback.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.