Nice stuff! I liked the first half because it really felt it was going somewhere. I have to say though, when you brought in the piano I was really turned off by the sound of it/playing style. It doesn't quite fit with anything before. The other issue was how it doesn't really have an ending... My advice (if desired) is to find a really awesome antithesis to your first half, replace the piano section with that, and then return to your first section for the ending but make it way more epic. A good start!
Oh yeah, I enjoyed that. It sounded like you were using garageband. Were those synths and percusion sounds from old faithful? No shame, I started out in garage band almost a decade ago and some of my all time favorite tunes came out during that period. Not a lot mind you, but one or two.
Despite the simplicity of the track the sounds all melt together to make a really intelligent whole. Listening to the arrangement is thought provoking. I feel like you gave every hit an ounce of genuine thought. Again, I need to acknowledge the fact that I have no idea what your creative process entailed but the output of that process delivered a really organic sound juxtaposed with a mechanical driving force. Great work Sunny!
Thanks, its just the standard ableton sounds with some fine tuning. i Used push for the creative process with drums, and piano and continued at the Workstation clicking the synth from the beginning (its like a very high bass) and the baseline. For the dynamic effects i used compressor and side chain on the bass and added an extra drum line to make the bass sound more pumping. For Synth and piano i also used "layered instruments" function of ableton with 2 or 3 Instruments in one group. Thanks for your words (my english is a little rusty^^) !
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.