I like the sounds themselves, but the arrangement feels quite repetitive.. you add new instruments over time but the flow is still the same, I mean there should be some part with a slightly different rhythm of drums or instruments.. though as a video game loop it would work ok imo
that hihat could be quiter, it overpowers the high frequencies of other stuff
overall it lacks 1.5khz frequencies, making it sound somewhat dull, like I was listening with my ears partly covered
bass feels good, though a bit unstable, try to make everything under c. 150 hz mono and cut everything under 30 hz
keep it up :)
First time I've got some technical advice down to the numbers, appreciate it.
I get that it's repetitive, I had noticed. I'm having issues with matching notes for some obscure reason. I'm just an avid music listener so I guess that's where it comes from.
I should've eq'd my sounds better, couldn't hear it much I think my headphones were boosted in mid-low frequencies, should fix that. Cutting everything under 30hz, I`m guessing fixes the frequency to something stable? I'll try it next time. I'll bear in mind the mono thing, although I'm not a huge fan of doing that.
With school kinda screwing me, I reckon I won't be able to work on any music soon so we'll see about something new in a few. I appreciate your review and your consistency in reviewing my songs, R4R dying miserably lately. I'll be sure to keep what ever I'm doing up.
P.S.: I didn't make those sounds and would appreciate some help with sound design (don't feel obligated). Serum seems to be the most intuitive vst for me at the moment.
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