I love that you pay so much attention to there stereo field when mixing your music. There are many musicians on here that don't really put so much attention to detail when it comes to filling out their tracks. Sometimes it sounds a little empty and that (is it like, a hi-hat with the little jazz metal thing tapping against it? woohoo musical terminology) hi-hat percussion can be a little repetitive! maybe switch it out in the middle part for a shaker or something else, maybe some indian tablas?
very nice though, i enjoyed it! you seem to be very versatile when it comes to music.
Good grief, I just listened to this again, and yeah - those shaker things go throughout the whole piece! It's interesting listening to this again after quite a few months with fresh ears and I also notice those little wooden hit things bouncing off the sides of the stereo field :D I'm glad you enjoyed it. It's a strange little piece, but it has a feeling to it that I can't quite put my finger on...I wonder which part of my brain it came from.
it's not my type of music, but its good either way
Thanks man :) I don't know if it's my kind of music either to be honest, haha, but it somehow popped outta me.
i think it's awesome! you did a great job here.
Thanks so much. Wasn't sure about it, so I appreciate the positive response :)
Cool! You should try a remix of one of my songs, that would be awesome!
I'm not sure how to do a remix, to be honest. I know how to do a cover where I recreate a piece of music with my own spin on it, but a remix is something different as far as I know? Don't you need samples and other things? I've never done one or considered doing one, so please correct me if I'm wrong!
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.