I like it. Nice drums, nice pads.
Nothing more to say, good job.
Amazing peice, sounds like something you'd hear at the resolution of a movie right before the credits. The percussion you used was fantastic. keep this up.
thanks for the generous compliments bro :D glad you like it!
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Anyways, great little ethnic/chillout piece. Lovely tabla, piano feels a bit drowned in the mix. Might want to add some thick, yet airy reverb to that, and a bit of loudness or something
Them toms felt pretty harsh at times, or timpani or what ya wanna call 'em. too in-your-face for this kind of song.
Loops perfectly, sounds great, is great.
loadsa reverb on the piano, perhaps to big of a size, but yes, making it louder sounds good. I was kinda going for harsh toms, what I think it needs is some cymbals and maybe a triangle...thanks for the ideas bro! your review is appreciated :D
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The pads you use in this song are simply spellbinding. Love the wooden log drum-like things. Sorry for my lack of terminology. The precussion was nice, and everything flows well here. But perhaps the lower frequencies of the bass tom could have been brought out a bit more to give a bit more of a dominating presence, but not so much to the point where they take over.
Very stylish adding in those keys. I absolutely loved that. I play the piano everytime im at my girlfriends house (just like in FL i make shit up on it lol) so it always good to hear a nice piano here and there. The melody for the piano was pretty sweet. Simple yet elegant, it put a great bit of feeling into the loop.
The only other thing i could think of would have to be the same thing the person below said, chrechendos would be totally sweet in this piece!
This is a really nice piece man. 5 from me!
well thanks a lot for returning the review! I certainly do appreciate that :)
I'll try messing around more with the equalization I love the term "dominanting presence" haha. and definetly yes, dyanmics is something I certainly need to work on once programming. its so much more tedious to do while its almost automatic once playing an actual, physical instrument.
glad you liked everything else. Thanks a bunch for the long well though out review and kind words!
It all sounded pretty cool, like something out of AOE. right off the bat though I could tell you that this submission's perussion could use some chrechendos. It's all at the same velocity or about the same range anyways. Any variences are too subtle to really notice. Try making the percussion more dynamic. The rhythms are cool though. Especialy the bongo/congas or whatever they might be.
The melodies in the back are sweet and cool. I love that instrument that sounds like it's sliding up and down. Sass taffy right there. The track loops perfectly. I didn't catch any clips or chops. Those keys near the end sounded beautiful, though they could have been equalized more up front so I could hear it better. It played a backseat where it could have commanded.
Overall this is a really good track. Really pretty sassy and subtly taffy. Keep jamming ;)
hey thanks man :D
as with all my tracks, i could use more dynamics(not hat I didnt use any tho, just too subtle like you said)...it just gets tedious ya know. and yes those are congas, timbales, and tablas used in the percusion here. glad you liked the melodies.
anyways, thanks a lot, I'll take your advice into consideration for the next track I make :)
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