Not a bad concept. kind of a play on the old "Heart and Soul" chord progression.
To help combat the robotic sound, I would suggest sneaking a bit of reverb in there, or maybe play with some weird delay filters.
Don't get discouraged either, recording is hard.
Just keep making stuff, and you will find one day that you have gotten way better since you started!
Keep it up!
Thank you for your suggestions!
Okay, I am the first to admit I know nothing about music so ignore this if you want, but I really loved this track c: it looped enough that I could just play it in the background while writing or painting, or on its own and just zone out to the music. And because it was so easy to listen to it never really got old. I can see how people say its repetitive or too long? Perhaps a minute off could have improved it. but to be fair, the looping for me was part of its charm. So if you ever change anything, don't change it too much! <3
Thank you so much!!
phew. this let my ears bleed a little. you know what this sounds like? a robot. plain and simple. you write an indie track and let a soulless robot play it.
Change some velocitys, play the guitar yourself or, if you can not, let it be played by somebody who can. Every element in this tune sounds like a broken vinylrecord looping itself. you seem to have just taken samples and used them as is to build your melody and structure. But notevalues are not everything. you need some life in your music. change velocitys dont let everything be "quantized" at least not in rock music. dont use the same sample for the same note. Rock lives by the fact that it sounds "organic". the composition was ok. pretty standard melodys sticking to the pentatonic. just for the love of music make it more organic. this really hurt itself by not being lifelike at all. this tune had next to no dynamics. change that and then it will be worth listening to. as it is now i'm afraid I'll have to rate it very poorly.
Change it! ;)
We made it with Guitar Pro 6. Recording is hard you know? We just write the partitures in guitar pro for practice, and make ta wav file with the soundbanks and stuff. We worked in sound as hard as we can, but maybe, the limitations of the program are too much. By the way, thank you for your opinion, the opinions for this kind of song are really variated and goes from 2 stars to 5 stars, and we understand that, not everyone receives the guitar pro sounds in the same way.