At first, I thought you were going to perform something with the chip-tunes (which would have been cool, too), but then you broke out with the metal, and it was pretty good.
How did you make this song?
A program at my school, i forgot what its called but i made this a long time ago, i only decided to upload it to newgrounds when it was sitting on my hard drive doing nothing, im glad you liked it i will try and get the name of the program then i can make more :)
Very nice composition here.
I like use of the reverse cymbals.
The two low notes on the strings riff that starts at 1:29 are a little strange. I would consider using different notes, preferably higher notes.
It sounds like you are experimenting with the harp a bit towards the end there. there are a few notes that seem misplaced, but it otherwise sounds fine.
There should be a bigger buildup and finish to 1:53.
Otherwise excellent song.
- Ziro out.
Thanks for the advice. I may edit this song (as it is being used in a PC Roleplaying adventure game). There are a few things I wish to add and take out.
But once again, thank you. I appreciate you reviewing my music, and I appreciate your willingness to contribute to this site.
Rhythm Section is Cool
This sounds really cool. I especially like the control of the percussion in this one. The orchestral hits + percussion section sounds great too. Not feeling the melody or the accompanying riff, the the rhythm section is great. And there's that abrupt ending again with 25 seconds of silence. (:
- Ziro out.
Nice, but rough around the edges
Needs more bass, and the echo effects tends to hide the fact that there isn't much clarity in the chords. The hi-hat is too loud and aggressive. At the bridge section 0:29 - 0:40, it really should have brought out the chords more, and I noticed where you did the pitch bend at 0:36-0:37... that didn't sound too good. At the end, it stops, and these some 30 seconds of silence.
Nice composition of the popular song.
Just a few things:
- A few notes of the melody were just a little off in the beginning, and I'm not sure if that was your intention or not.
- When playing chords, all the notes were hit at exactly the same time. You could make it sound more natural by introducing random but subtle delays when playing the chords. When a pianist plays chords, they don't always hit every single not at exactly the same time.
- The pitch bend at 2:23 did not sound very good on a piano. :-P
- The guitar solo starting at 2:50 was pretty good. Simple, but good. (-:
- The baseline was a bit too monotonous. Try a few more notes in the key of the current chords. It does get slightly more interesting at 3:39, however.
- Towards the end of the song, you should have maybe brought the guitar solo up an octave, even if it was only for a few notes. I enjoyed the percussion, and the dynamics, especially on those very light snare hits. The percussion did make the song a more engaging, but there didn't seem to be much climax to the song.
Still, it's a pretty good song, soldier. (-:
- Ziro out.
Nice Jazz tune.
The overall composition, and improvising solo part with the Jazz guitar was great.
Only thing is, the background piano was a bit muffled, and it sounded like all the notes in the chord were being hit at the same time. Also, would have liked to hear a different ride cymbal on the finishing beat.
Nevertheless, a very good composition, soldier. :-|
* salutes *
Thanks alot for your review dude. It ruled haha!
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