0:00 Beautiful piano arps swelling upwards. It's got a crisp EQ'ing and sound to it.
0:23 It's uplifting and musically sound.
0:37 Sounds positively prim and proper.
0:45 Arpeggios feel punched-in in the DAW... which makes the piano sound somewhat robotic. Perhaps altering the velocities will give it a more natural feel.
1:15 For some reason the discordance sometimes reminds me of Final Fantasy IX.
1:30 I am not bored at this point. I am enjoying myself.
1:40 The problem with arps is usually that they can get quite annoying if repeated, but this one isn't getting annoying at all. It's because there's such a good balance between repetition and variance that I'm always interested to listen.
2:20 The roboticness of the melodies seem more apparent when the piano is playing in the upper register. No matter, it still sounds pretty great.
Ends abruptly but satisfactorily. A nice little song with a very plaintive, arp-centered approach with tight melodies that may need a little stretching out to become more casual. I'm thinking you're placing in every single note with the mouse rather than visualising someone playing a piano. Tweaking the velocities can make it seem more natural, if that's what you're going for. I'm thinking just a little bit of that would be beneficial.
and thanks for letting me listen. :)
This sounds nice and happy ;-) I like that during the song it keeps getting more complicated.
I think in this song the timing of 2 notes is a little off. Maybe you can correct this?
Nice peace and reminds me lots of my own music. Keep it up ;-)
hey! Thank you :) Can you tell me where did you hear the bad notes? And I will fix that.
Hm ok then, I'll listen to them. ( Update: fixed! it was rendering problem)
Good morning, haha. It's definitely an enjoyable feel good song with impressive performance. Not bad to listen to while sipping some morning coffee.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.