Too bad you didnt apply your guitar skills into this one.
That would be a nice way to fill the spaces left from the sampler, never thought about it before , thanks for the idea man .
Haunting and ominous! Fitting, since it's October, with Halloween on the way. The drums along to the organ-like synths and piano--it's all awesome! Though, there should be more. The tempo ought to pick up some, and there should be some extra effects to make this whole thing more expressive.
Keep up the good music makin', LexaHergon! :)
Voices were meant to blend with the music filling the spaces, but I had to modify this piece so it didn't break the NG rules.
Very nice piece! Reminded me of some very dark video games like Max Payne, Silent Hill, and The Darkness.
Wow, I feel flattered, thanks dude.
I like the ominous mood and distorted drums. It could've progressed faster imo, and it was a bit minimalistic, but nonetheless you kept my attention until it started to pick up around 1:30. It has a very apprehensive mood to it which I like. The structure is interesting. The combination of the mechanical-sounding drums and the very emotional piano and pads actually works hauntingly well. I love the sense of climax throughout the piece, but for the sake of keep the listener's attention, I think you could've done a lot more to heighten the contrast. I think it needs a huge, riveting solo during the last minute or so that just hits it home, y'know? Otherwise, it kind of is just a repetitive ambient track that would be good for the background of a videogame...which, now that I think about it, isn't bad at all! Still, this piece showed a lot of potential with the beautiful instruments and ominous theme, yet it didn't really capitalize on that to its fullest extent. Also, the ending was a little sudden. Some more structuring and dynamic contrast would've helped this piece a LOT. Still, this is solid work. Keep at it, Lexahergon! ;D
Great feedback and useful suggestions man.
This song was made originally as an experiment to add music to a movie scene. That explains some things about this piece's "nature" , I'll try to implement some of this ideas to improve.
interesting tune, i like it, it somehow feels mysterious, great synths, good job, keep em comin'
Glad you like it
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