Nice, kind of jazzy feel to it. I have nothing against this song except it is a little too short, which doesn't hurt it. 5/5
Thanks, It's good to hear someone likes my music!
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This is good, i like the pads and the strange sounds..but thats just me i don't mind weirdness and spacey sounds :). i had a read of some of the other reviews and i see what they mean by transitions, overall adding a change in tune for a break or rest is a good trait. see a few of my tracks for that example :).
This one gets my vote and download, keep going and mixing you will get better ^^
I will keep trying, thanks for the review.
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I have to agree with MaestroRage that this song, and all your songs so far lack transitions. Transitions make the song sound much more professional, without them it sounds sketchy and chaotic. This song btw has some interesting sounds, the instruments are quite unusual which adds a lot to originality. I like the way they are quiet yet technoey, creating a soft chillout feeling. I can hear you have potential but you do need practice. You could also try listening to ng songs from the genre which you want to make music in, to get some ideas or learn about the tricks of the trade. I also do that sometimes.
Again thank you for the advice, I'm really trying to make my music better, thanks for the positive review!
An interesting beat. I really like the percussional aspect of this song. There are some very interesting sounds you have going on in there. Can you tell me what exactly you used for them? It sounds like a collective group of people hitting the sides of glasses of various sizes and shapes. Quite mesmerizing!
I didn't quite like how the song would abruptly change. I felt it left a somewhat awkward feeling in my ears. I feel that is the only real weak point of this song, is the fact that transitions are not handled very well. Individual segment wise, the songs holds water, and shows promise.
Dynamics is a very crucial role to handling transitions. People like to build up, as in, increase their volume, have a rolling crash or something, and then hurtle to something new, or quiet down everything slowly, and start up again.
In this way you are warning the listeners that something will change, and they will expect and acknowledge the change properly.
Other then that, solid track. Keep up the good fight and keep them coming! I'd like to invite you to check out my work sometime!
Thank you for the advice! I will take a look at your work! I am working on my transitions in my next song! Thanks again for the positive reveiw!