I like the cute mood at the beginning. The chord progression is pretty cliche, and you have a couple of pretty sudden transitions in here, such as :48 and 2:00. I think the melodic content could use some more rhythmic variety. It’s also very strongly rooted in the chords, which gives it a bit of a stagnant and predictable feel. I’d encourage you to find ways of varying the piece besides adding and subtracting instruments - dynamic contrast, phrasing, crashes and risers, drum fills, etc. Speaking of drums, I think this piece could really use some more drum work, just to give it some drive and energy. The instrumentation is a bit generic, too. I’ve been tough on you in this review. The piece isn’t bad - you have a good sense of harmony and structure. It just needs a little more shape. You have a habit of modifying the texture every 4 or 8 bars like clockwork. That’s very predictable and dull. The best thing you can do for yourself right now is giving your music a constant sense of direction, whether it’s with dynamics, energy, or fleeting changes in the texture. Keep at it, MetafbiteAnimations. ;)
How.The.Hell.Did.You.Make.Such.A.Good.Song. Tell me when your scouted, because I will so use this for a level.
Oh my gosh, thank you so much. I didn't and don't really think it's a good song, but if you do. Thank you. Ill defiantly try to message you when it's scouted (if it does get scouted). If you were genuinely asking how I did it, I would say practice, tampering with sounds, and just being you will get you somewhere.
AWESOME! using in gd :D
Thank you so much. I don't know if it is compatible with Geo Dash yet, but once it is scouted, feel free to use it all you want. Also, if you want, you can message me the name of the Geo map and I would love to play it.
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