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Author Comments

The goal i guess was to focus on my chord work and it came out well.


0:04 Sounds like an infomercial. That cheesy drum loop tho.
0:15 I wonder why it says... "Metal, Rock - Pop"? I'm guessing from the intro it's just straight pop. I wonder why they put it in Metal and Rock.
0:33 I can see this in the background of an advertisement. It's very... soothing.
0:51 The drum loop's a little boring but this works better as background music than anything else.
1:03 You could have changed it up there a bit, maybe? Since it was the beginning of a new... bar, or what do you call it... idk. New part of the structure.
1:33 Yeah. This is nice. The clap might be a bit... dry... not sure. It just feels like it's poking out just a bit. Poking out of the mix, that is.
2:04 Yeah needed a bit of variation here maybe. Perhaps you're the slow builder kind of guy. Which I guess is fine, but that is sacrificed for boredom kinda thing.
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3:39 Ok it's mostly the same.
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4:11 Yup. Fade out. Pretty nice stuff.

It's pretty good. A little boring, but good. The drum loop kind of stays constant throughout like some commercial. Which I guess is good, but it's kind of boring for my tastes. I wouldn't say it's interesting enough for personal listening, but in the background for presentations or whatnot it would work.

Good job.

RayS10 responds:

thanks i did this back in 2007. i was young back then so i had to learn some FL Studio 6 on my own because i wanted to be able to copy the style of Shinji Hosoe a little bit.

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4.36 / 5.00

Jun 11, 2014
9:02 PM EDT
File Info
6.3 MB
4 min 36 sec

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