Well done sir.
You have a lot of talent in writing music. I can tell from listening to the way you compose your songs with oooooold old school effects, chips and such. You certainly know what you're doing and you do it well.
The beat you made with the distorted tunes really fits when the melody kicks in. The video game style is very good and catchy. The only thing I would consider is making the distorted beat a little less distorted or put a lighter beat under it. Well..like i said it also kinda fits in:)
Keep up the swell producing.
Cool, thanks! I can't really take away distortion or make a lighter beat under distortion. These beats aren't really drums but glitch samples from old circuit bent toys or waves made from .exe files on my computer that sounded good. That's really the odd part about experimental ambient for me is that I only have part of the control of the musics outcome. The sounds have the rest of the control giving the music something of a personality of it's own, much like the generative method I used in Generative C. What it comes down to is I'd like to produce music that sounds different to everyone who hears it. The only way I can think to do that is to be a bit abstract yet keep the basic foundations of "catchy beat" and/or "kick ass melody". Thanks for positive support!
The begining is soo distorted that even my stereo cant pick it up...But i'd have to say this is very unique...I voted 3 becuase the beat was alright, sorta catchy. The phones and the begining was what made me rethink a four or even a five....but as a fellow artist, this is pretty good. Im expecting more from you...Ill be watching from the shadows
Well, it is supposed to be a bit distorted. They are 6000hz 8-bit samples and sound fine on all my computers. I would say that's how it's supposed to sound but I hear not your results... but thank you for listening!