Well I like how it starts out with that static noise, but I think it should've faded out at some point and have been cut out from :59 on; it just kinda started getting annoying to me. Nonetheless, it was pretty good for a halloween song. I especially liked the percussion.
Honestly, that's not bad advice. Rather good advice really, but I kept it in for depth and discord.
Thanks about the percussion. The samples I used for that were some I didn't even know I had and I love how it helped bring out the kind of feel I wanted.
Thank you for the review!
This is a cool eery track, has a strong sense of mystery to it. Its about the right length too, i think any longer and it would feel too repetitive. I'm not sure what a chogur is? do you mean a cougar? if so that's a pretty unique idea. All in all this isn't the kind of thing i would listen to but it deffinitly serves the purpose it was made for (halloween)
Chogur Saz is a plucked, fretted Turkish instrument that is a little brother of the Baglama Saz (Chogur = kisa sap baglama and Baglama = uzun sap baglama). Check out the Wikipedia article titled 'Baglama' for more information.
Thanks for your input!