I would agree with Jay-Turner here, it's a real pity that you couldn't record this with real instruments and I'm definitely looking forward to hearing that version, if you'll ever do it in the future. There's quite a vivid collection of influences here, from Zappa to '70s prog rock, and it also reminds me of early The Mars Volta at some points. This song is quite psychedelic and while not exactly my cup of tea, it is still well programmed and executed and I think it reaches the nadir when you let your instruments breathe a little in the solo part.
Well done, mate
Thank you!! :)
I don't really like the drums as the snare sound fake and this feels a bit all over the place, the guitars are alright though. Not sure about the trumpets, idk it's not my cup of tea. It's well mixed though, maybe it's good but not my style, not honestly sure. I usually love your work but this one is different for me.
Nice job though, I'm curious as to what the others will think. I do like some parts though, just to me some parts seem to clash, but then again some people might like this style. I guess I'm not very familiar with it. Anyways, nice job.
Sure, I totaly get that you are not into this music, it is surly not for everyone. :)
And I am really aiming high with this one and want to do stuff I am not really cabable of really, so alot of that shines through I suppose. :)
But I had a lot of fun and learned a ton making it! :D
The only way it could really be improved is with real instruments! This is fantastic, a very creative story interpretation from the image. I can hear the Zappa influence - especially with the "picking up the tiny plane" as the vocals go 'low'. It also reminds me a lot of King Crimson which is always good. You've done a good job with fhe programmed drums, they are very convincing.
Thank you very much! Makes me super happy to hear! :D
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