Working with vocals like this is pretty hard so I can certainly respect the attempt.
For a piece made out of boredom it is pretty cool.
I think sticking the vocals a bit further back in the mix and slapping some fat reverb on them would be cool.
Not bad at all though.
Laziness kills my creativity all the time. Launched Symphonic Choir, mess around then decided shits were too hard to made. Switched to Requiem Pro, mess around and found out the sound became so weird. Finally stopped in Voxos with this outcome... >.<
Adding reverb is a good idea, why didn't I think of it at first...?!! Thanks a lot bro :)
Wanted to say something creative, but then I remembered that all I got from you was Bleh.
So bleh. :3
:3 I take it as a compliment :) thanks
I have mixed feelings about this short loop. The voice parts are complex. To my ears the music is generally disorienting. This disorientation is partially negative; it is hard to follow and it seems unfocused. This same characteristic is also partially positive; the small build that begins around 0:12 and culminates at 0:21, for example, is genuinely exciting. And the resulting rhythms at the section that follow that build-up are compelling.
I hear some issues that aren't related to that feeling of disorientation. It does not loop smoothly because the ends of the notes held at the end of the track sound cut off unnaturally. And the female singer at the beginning of the track, from 0:00-0:07, seems flat--or if the pitches are not flat, there is something else about that voice that causes it to stick out in an unpleasant way.
If you want to work on this some more I think it would be worth the time. It's an interesting forty-one seconds. I would love to hear it turned into a longer, more complete-sounding piece.
It was a quick mix. Your critique is 100% right, I need massive polishing on this piece. I'm going to turn this to a full work.Thank you so much sir :)
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.