What gonna happen?
this is a very soothing and relaxing song you made here, that is its relaxing in the beginning of the song then it gets more of a beat as more and more instruments are added.in total you have made a really great song, i like the rising and descending action of the song aswell
And loooove radiohead!
Some guy below me said to change it up a bit, and he's right. You may want a few more parts in the song.
I'd have not thought of radiohead, but if you think it sound slike them then thanks very much.
It's ok, it didn't seem to go anywhere. Maybe if you added a break, a bridge, somet other segment or a key change...
Is that a synth guitar? I don't hear any guitar. Sometimes to me, anyhow, it just seems slightly overcomplicated. If that makes any sense? I'd try to point out what I thought was too much, but I honestly don't know what those effects are.
The underlying track, the music, is pretty cool though.
Nope no synth guitar, that be me playing it with some real fucked up fx. in fact there's three guitars on the track, the opening panning 'synth' the pick and the whirly one towards the end. yea could do with changing shit here and there just never can, it is a fault of mine. cheers for the review.
You got the glitchy beat down pretty well. My only beef with this track is the sound of the piano. Doesn't sound too acoustic. But overall great song. It's still got that PBJ style. Seems like I havennt talked to you in a while mate.
Hey man, how you be doing. hehe yea ive been working on the glitch stuff for the last few months, so im getting more accustomed to it and picking the moments to implement it. yea piano is too bright, dancey almost, doesn't quite fit to the piece, my original piano is too washy tho so tried to use this with plenty of verb and it helped a bit but clearly not enough. hehe i need to tradmark this PBJ style thingymejig. Yea it has been a while, i tend to come and go from here now, job hunting and shit, growing up takes ur free time away sadly.
thanks again man,
pm me with owt you want reviewing
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