That's what this j minor key is.
Fairly well done, doesn't really do anything for me. I heard it in the Zombie Canyon game, it was a poor fit (but you can't really be blamed for that).
hmmm...I noticed a few of your reviews about a various of other creations on NG...doesn't seems like any of em were good enough for you, so maybe you should seek in other websites? you don't have to write a pretty useless review on anything you see =/
It feels like it needs to be developed some more, as it doesn't have much in the way of resolution/climax. There's a build-up, but it doesn't seem to go anywhere.
Of course, you don't have to follow traditional song structure at all, but an interesting arrangement of some sort always helps.
Thanks for the advice :-)
Not bad by "first song ever" standards. It's better than my first song ever (which consisted of me making yelping noises along to a samba beat).
A bit repetitive in places, but there is potential in it.
Thanks. You know, i played everything on the piano when i was making the song.
Nothing really reaches out & grabs my attention in this song or strikes me as incredibly unique, but then I also can't find anything overtly wrong with it, & it has it's moments...
Well I'm still learning FL Studio,so I will get better in time =]
Thanks for the review it helps =D
I'm going to disagree with some of the other reviewers. This song doesn't strike me so much as "spooky, but hurt by a beat" as "beaty, enhanced by some spookiness".
Alright, as much sense as that could possibly make. I belief your right. The beat is waay to 'loud/hard' for real spookyness. But if i wouldn;'t the song would simply fall apart and then it would sound worse :/.
The pads are very Metroid. The chiptuney sort of melody is a bit too fuzzy, I think. Maybe not. Hmm...
There is a solid background tone at a couple of points which grates just a little bit.
The name made me expect something rather immature & crass, but it turned out to be a nice bit of ambiance. The jump from the opening musical section to the full-blown ambient section is a bit of a rough transition, in my opinion.
About the reverb you've going on - it seems to take away some of the character of the sounds. I picture it extending either a bit more (to make the piece sound flowy & ambient), or much less (to make it more direct & rhythmic). What you've got right at the moment just sounds like you were recording it in a parking garage.
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