I like the bouncy, upbeat vibe at the beginning. The progression is cool - the low energy section at :55 contrasts nicely with the frantic part at 1:05. The percussion didn’t do much for me, though. It sounds really dry and unpolished, and I wish you did more with it. I thought the change-of-pace at 1:55 was a bit abrupt - hard to anticipate it without much foreshadowing. It’s a cute and fun piece, but I think you could’ve done a bit more with it. Given that it’s a solo instrument piece, I think it needs a bit more phrasing and dynamic contrast to really hit it home. The ending is rather abrupt too. Overall, I commend you doing something so different from what I’m used to seeing from you. I appreciate the balanced use of frequencies and the cheerful melodic content. Keep at it, Noisysundae. ;)
I admit that I had no idea how to end this, given the time left before the deadline. :P
I cut the bass off that snare sample, that might be why it's so dry. Hmmm, looks like the subtle reverb I added didn't make up for this. :(
Really good melody! :3 Love most of your songs...
Really cool and jolly lil' tune, especially considering it sounds like there are only 2 instruments.
Ragtime is always about piano, man. I'm a noob for using a percussion to emphasize the rhythm in this piece. :P
> solo instrument
> actually has 2 instruments
great trax though!!!!
such a great melody at 1:58 and earlier in the trax... so fun and carefree =D
i wish you would have humanized your piano a little.
this is awesome.
Whoops, I forgot it has a percussion.
Any tips to humanize the piano more? One of my problems is understanding the note placement according to the real hand position, because I have zero experience on playing a real piano or synth. :(
At least the composition is good enough, I think. Thanks for the review!
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