Well I have to say this was some cool experimenting. Really gives off sort of happy feeling.
The beginning melody was really cool. Sort of 8-bit NES like. The percussion was a bit irritating though. Too much panning hurt my ears, and made it a bit skewered. Tone down the panning a bit and I think it would be a little more pleasant.
The piano part reminded me of Nine Inch Nails a bit. Cool little off-chords in their. I also liked the little effects going on throughout the song. Sounds like someone is brushing their teeth.
One of the biggest problems with this song is it doesn't have enough form. Don't get me wrong, its cool to experiment like this, but seems like it should have a bit more backbones behind it.
Overall good work. Like T7 said, you will be making amazing stuff in time. You have good potential.
thanx a lot!
the sound in the beginning is actually breathing, with some effect or another applied to it. what's really cool is that the way the final sound sounds like the beginning is entirely coincidental!
Nice, could use some work though
First of all, i'd like to point out that i do in fact like this track. On an overall basis, it's pretty good, you've got great potential, and i believe than very soon you're going to make a track that i'll vote 10 (this is a RARE THING!)
The intro is nice, although i'd prefer a sort of fade-in on the "swirling" ambience. The track doesn't give you much feeling of rythm, and i think this is cool. The sounds you used for drums are very cool, but i think the delay on top kind of spoiled it.
The arrangement of the track itself is very diverse, but i think some of the synths themselves could do with a little more variation.
A good potential for an ambient evergreen, but you need to work on your mixing, and you should consider removing some delay effects. I always appreciate a good piece of experimental, and overall, this is a cool piece B)
I'm going to check out some more of your stuff later. I'll also be uploading some more tracks like "Sexually Transmitted Intelligence? Sox" soon, look for "Andet Sin" and "Seventh Track Goes Here" xD
>Keep up the experimental work<
Thanks for the listen,