listening to the progression, the soundscape begins to sound much more full and that style you mentioned in the description hatches from the abyss. an introduction of horns was the element that hooked my bonding experience with the piece. I found this track had a lot of character.
i enjoyed this piece, especially the unique string synth that you use as one layer of this onion tune. this particular sound can be noted around the mark of 2:45.
towards the end section of the track, i began to notice what you described earlier about a style that you sensed as new to you. hearing this type of style, the first thing that popped out to me were streams of water first gentle, eventually moving towards a gushing flow that begins to flood the surrounding land.
overall, i was impressed with your genuine creativity and the way you blew emotions from one level to another type of atmosphere. it was an amusing piece that took me on a mini voyage.
i feel like at the start, it wouldve sounded a lot better if you added some back up synth tunes around the same area of panning. in terms of sound quality, the frequency balance and volume were good. theres just something about it that seems to be incomplete, however i hope you do not take my words to heart in such heavy translation. i am no expert in this category of sound (synth type music) nor do i consider myself a expert in reviewing.
good vibes pal, this was an amazing opportunity that taught me more about the beauty of differences that is everywhere.
peace thru pieces
Thank you very much for your review! I plan on doing a little fine tuning to this track before I call it "done" so I will definitely keep what you said in mind as I do so. Don't worry about whether or not you are an expert at reviewing. Your review is well thought out, thoughtful, and contains enough input to help me improve my writing.
Keep at it!