I like the chord progression at the beginning, as well as the reverb and the sense of atmosphere. For the more powerful chords at :10, I think the reverb is a little overboard, though. The rhythmic quirks at :45 didn’t quite work for me, but I did enjoy the sense of climax into :56. At :56, the mix is really strained. The strings are clearly being distorted by the other instruments. I think you need to look into using equalizers on these instruments, as well as compressors as is applicable. I also didn’t think the orchestral instruments you had in the song sounded very authentic. The melodic content here is strong, though. You change up the instrumentation here a lot - I think you should work on consolidating your ideas and keeping the listener grounded more. I did enjoy the structural relief you offered at around the 3-minute mark, although the transition back into more energetic content at 3:43 was very sudden. Overall, the pacing of the piece is pretty fast, but there are a couple of very slow-moving moments that give it a bit of a wonky flow - notably the breakdown section and the coda (last 30 seconds or so). You’ve clearly put a lot of effort into the composition here, which is good to see. I think your main area of focus going forward should be the mixing. Keep at it, Myebye. :)
"Allowed for use in Geometry Dash"
Buddy, it's not being used anywhere in dash until you get whitelisted by Rob. Sucks, but it's the rule. The song is actually really good as a cinematic piece though.
Thank you! And yes, I know it has to be approved, but someone on my youtube video about this song said he'll send it to XTRULLOR, who will hopefully approve, i just put that there in case it does get approved. Thank you for the info though!
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