#1
Hey guys, i have been working on this song of mine lately. i've written a few parts for it so far, basically i have an intro which is what i started with, then i tryed to get other parts, as i was trying to strive from traditional composing where you have a pattern that makes sense i was just winging it anything that sounded like it flowed well i would keep. but i am now having problems, i keep going back to the song and i keep doubting what i'm writing. it just doesn't seem like it flows anymore. so i was wondering if theres any way to make it flow better, i was trying to get it to flow out of the intro but every time i listen to it i doesn't do it the way i think it should.

if it helps i am going for a core style song, i'm striving for something that will sound like the math core confusion, but with melodic metalcore flow, if that makes sense.

thanks guys if you help
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#3
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You should tell us what you have already...

For the mathcore effect, you could use things like repeating a 5/4 riff over a 4/4 beat. That confuses the listener.


The average listen that is
#6
5.4 riff over a 4/4 backing, how is that possible...can you link me to an example?
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5.4 riff over a 4/4 backing, how is that possible...can you link me to an example?



it's quite possible
#8
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5.4 riff over a 4/4 backing, how is that possible...can you link me to an example?


after repeating the 4/4 riff 5 times and the 5/4 riff 4 times theyll meet up again.
#9
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