Feedback about my song

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Oct 8, 2006
  1. carloandreacchio
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    Hey,

    I have just finished my first draft of my song that i need to make for a school subject (music technology, worth 50% of my mark). I put some elements in there to make it pretty videogamish.

    If you can, give some feedback to me

    Click here to listen

    I am also in need of a name for it, so if you have any suggestions, suggest away [​IMG]

    Carlo
     
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    Very nice! I like it! [​IMG]
    How about a title with a general video game reference, like "Rat Cave" or "The Secret Passage".
     
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    Rat cave sounds pretty cool.... I might start a poll when more people suggest some names
     
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    Spooky synth-oboe for the win!
    So...
    I'd scale back on that drum-roll fill, use it once or twice tops 'cuz it's a little on the indistinct side.
    I like the tempo-up glide, and the 4-on-the-floor + choked cymbal, right after the very fast part, that was cool.
    After I heard it the fourth time, I still wasn't tired of it... a good sign.
    Very good, really no complaints except for that drum roll fill, and maybe fatten up the low end, that never hurts. [​IMG]

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    Heh if you didnt hear the low end, means your speakers aint very good... try listening with headphones on [​IMG]

    EDIT:

    I am fixing up some problems with the strings atm... i am also experimenting with a modulation during the beginning

    I'll see if i like it, then i'll up it again

    Cheers for the comments so far, keep them running [​IMG]
     

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