Sounds good, like maybe for a menu screen, or for whne a character is thinking heavily.
I like the insturments you used, they were very asian. Maybe we could work on a piece together sometime. =]
Hey, thanks for the review! I actually still have to work on my Collab, it's kind of fucked up. Can't get the thing to work...but if I do, I'll give you a shout.
it's a cool sound
The first loop you start with has a sorta tropical feel to it - it almost sounds like a sorta prehistoric tune. I was gonna say it sounded like they're playing little bones, but on 2nd thoughts maybe it doesn't sound like that much at all... I can't place what it is...
Anyway, the xylophone/bell-type instrument's melody gives it a nice vibe and it all comes together really nicely.
I enjoy all the layers and the timing, general production work... is all spot on.
I did feel though that the xylophoney melody could have shifted after every phrase or 2 instead of after every 2 or 4.
Also, I can't help feeling how much cooler this would have been if it looped properly rather than coming to a complete stop before starting up again. Maybe having a sparse section, for variety, but having it a real loop.
Anyway, it's a cool sound and I'd love to hear how it'd go if you persued this avenue a bit further with the aim of making quality loops.
Hey, thanks for your input, man. Well, seeing as I was primarily experimenting with the different sounds I could get with the FL engine, I wasn't expecting to go anywhere with this piece. As for the prehistoric vibe, I was going for that at first, but I decided to go for more of a Chinese approach. I'm happy you can discern that from the rest of the loops. The thing with NGAP is that the songs never loops properly, no matter how close together you make the beginning and the end. Well, once again, thanks for the review, I'm glad you enjoyed it.