Sounds alot like Mouse on Mars they are great dont ever let anyone tell you how to write music cause its better if you tell them :)
thanks for the advice.
i haven't heard mouse on mars, but ill check them out soon.
thanks for the review.
A bit of a weirdo track you've made here. Truly something I've never heard before- Most drums are good, though the kick is kinda... you know :P I like the noisy short hits, they kinda add to the weird style.
The piano sounds a bit dull... I'll suggest some reverb and EQ boost on the low end. The synths doesn't sound particulary good, but they sure aren't cheesy or unoriginal. Good work on those synths.
Like the tune, but it could use more fill, small amount of reverb dip on the whole track or something.I don't know. Try it out
Thanks, I'll continue to tinker around with how I record things and the effects I can add in after doing so. Hopefully I'll come up with something good.
Thanks for the review.
not bad keep trying :)
The kick could definatly be a bit better, have more definition and volume.
There is some background air in the track as well...
the drums in general are too typical FL sounds...
I like the idea you have going on here, very different from the norm, sensicle randomness.. but i think you need to work on pretty much all of the sounds and tighten them up.
I do like the track, but it has a long way to go.
Yeah, you're right about the percussion. You could look at my comments in the earlier review for a response to that, but you are certainly right, although I don't use fruity loops.
As for the air, I think you are probably referring to the bit of static that comes through on the piano keyboard, which I can't do much about except maybe raise the gate and play around with it. But yeah, even though I'm recording directly with a 3/4output on that, there is some static. I hope it wasn't too noticeable?
I wouldn't call it randomness, but I guess that's because I'm in my head, so I "get it".
As for the sounds, I do spend a ton of time tweaking them, and working them, to get them just right. But I am limited by the fact that it is a very, very old (think 1980's, older than me) keyboard synth that I have to work with, and although I love it, sometimes I just can't get the sounds as 'tight' as they would sound if I had just made them inside the computer. I'll keep working on it though, but there's always going to be slight imperfections when you record something instead of just writing it, but that's sorta what's endearing about the whole idea. No one's perfect, so why should every little buzz sound exactly pristine and like every other buzz? I guess that's just my way of thinking, but you're definitely right, too. Sorry for that ramble.
Thanks for the criticism, it helps alot. Thanks for a very helpful review.
the kick could sound better i think..
original sounds in there!
well variated song too!
keep up the good work :)
and if u have some time, come check some of my songs :D
Yeah, I do regret (especially after two reviews telling me) not spending more time on the percussion, which I left fairly basic. It is hard to lay down some stuff over time using the keyboard and the piano, and then go back in and feel enthusiastic about programming some drums and spending the time tweaking the sound that I spend on the synth sounds. It is obviously something I need to work on.
That said, I do very much appreciate all of the compliments and criticism, so thanks. I took a look at your more recent track, and reviewed it. Its nice.
So thanks for the listen and the review.