I know you said I should have surround sound to hear this, I don't however, and so I will not discuss distortion with you, I realize this is on my end. Though in reality it would be a good iea to make a stereo version.
Lets talk about melody shall we?
You begin the song with a neat and simple flute melody. I like the direction you went with the melody of that flute, quite sad.
When you brought in the choirs it became quite interesting. Are those Papalmedia choirs? Sounds familiar.
I think there is a cello somewhere in the background when you drop out the choir and flute, but I couldn't hear it right, the kicks were too overpowering. Again probably because I listen to the track through earphones.
You know what I'm thinking though Bosa? I'm thinking what this track would sound like if you had a harp in there, perhaps a violin to support and play along with the flute. The air you give us with this song is a hopeful yet sad piece. I assume by Bosa's end, you meant your old style of playing, you killed it off. With this new Bosa, you are celebrating your new style, yet grieving for the Bosa that helped you get where you are today.
A neat track. It's not as diverse as I would like it, but overal a good piece.
I would like your opinion on my song if you could.
4/5 from me Bosa. Keep them coming ^^.
You are exactly right. You are a very understanding, and knowledgeable person. I'm sure headphones help you pick out things from the music alot easier. Anyways, I think I'll take your advice and tone it down a bit. I might just add a a calming piece with a harp involved. Don't know yet until I start working on it.
ßosa, the New Revolution