Great, for something more along the lines of trance than I'd usually go for.
A little harsh on the treble. It does that earachey thing you get from really loud, high pitch noises.
Otherwise, it's pretty groovy. Could even see it extending into a long dance track with some killer base and a dirty breakdown.
It's actually the lyrics that got me here.
The sound isn't bad, just too typical for my taste.
The writing, though. It hits home.
Thank you for the review! I'm glad you were able to take away something positive!
Soundtrack worthy, in my opinion. It would have to be just the right videogame or show (i personally see it working better with a quirky animated series).
Can't you see it, though? A series in which there's a lot of travel, and this being kind of transitional scene music. Then it quiets down and lays in the background for some short conversational exchange.
Watch, you're gonna end up making me learn animation.
o u *°·°*
Because we really can do anything.
seems way too choppy before 1:50 for me to get very into it. i think that your drop should have been part of your build up, and the drop should have a lot more dramatic. i also think the base comes in too heavy too soon. i don't think the whole thing is bad, i just think it needs more work.
I don't make brostep, i.e. insane crazy drop stuff. Its intended to be choppy.
But thanks for the review anyway
i think you've got something really nice going on here. you could get a lot of really good music out of exploring this style. this seems like more of a first try fling to me. so im not expecting it to be as lengthy as i would like, but do please make any more songs you make like this one longer.
lovely. i have no criticism, nor any wishes for improvement in this song. i could only, maybe, possibly note that there's a bit much repetition, but i don't know whether i really mind or not. i don't think the day exists that i wouldn't enjoy your music.
i like it very much. it's lovely to listen to, and projects the feeling of a lone soul looking onto a world of beauty. infact, does a bit to inspire me with this feeling, being a visual artist. in this piece you find the love expressed from someone about what they find beauty in, and this love may not be shared, but the onlooker in content with what they have, not wanting to upset what they already have.
one thing to think about is that the piano seems lonely, as if the person whos emotions are subject is also lonely. i think it would be lovely if at some point in the song, perhaps when it is slower and just about to pick up again, the piano were to meet a friend: the violin. the violin may help the song to protray itself as less "lonely".
or maybe you prefer the sole image of a pianist alone, observing the beauty they have all to themselves. it all depends on the intentions of the artist. over all, an enjoyable piece.
~with good intentions, sausagename
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