Nice, simplistic, delicate, minimalistic, desolate, atmospheric track! I love the slow pace and the retro feel to the synths. The arpeggios work great as well. The voice was a nice idea though it bothered me a bit that it was so Speakonia-esque.
What I didn't like was the beat, I feel it's too square. It seems to do nothing other than determine the rhythm, but you have the arpeggios and offbeat bass to do that for you already. I'd suggest you try something more breakbeat-like next time, the song will really benefit from a bit of extra syncopation, to amplify that eerie feeling.
You don't seem to be very active lately but I hope you keep making stuff, there's really something about it.
That's pretty interesting.My real issue in it was the sounds you used (were they square or someting like that?).Like these voices you added,pretty well balanced,the echo gives an even more trippy feel to it.That's interesting stuff you got here!
After listening to this a couple of times...
I have to say that it is pretty good, a bit repetitive but sure good. I liked the arpegiator and the nice melody playing along. The beat, though quite basic, was effective for the part it was playing.
The strings were nice but maybe they should have been softer, only barely audible just to take our attention away from the main beat.
The voice thing i didn't enjoy as much. Mainly because it's my personal preference, i don't like robotic voices in songs, i think it tends to ruin the song. So i didn't pay much attention to it.
The synths were nice and the song was good. All in all, i was pretty pleased with what i heard :)
Really lovely bubbly synth intro on this tune. There's a good retro sound to it and i'm just hoping it doesnt go into a banging 4x4 beat. Thankfully it doesnt. The voice is a little cliched but on the whole works well. it's a little too dated for my tastes but is a good piece of minimalist electronica.
I love the beginning, the sounds you used to compose it are just perfect for the moody melodies you chose.
The song doesn't jump in, it lingers on the afterthought.
I thought the mastering was alright, some instruments were uneven in volume (the bright synth-type solo at the end), and others were silent with a bass effect.
I'd say it's definitely crafted like a downtempo song.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.