#1
I've been working on this song for the better part of the night. I can't come up with a genre. It's a work in progress.

I'm going on a kinda a-tonal based chord structure. I don't want the chord prog to be predictable at all. It's supposed to kinda switch around in the Modes of D minor with no finger putting chord progression.

Also, what genre would you guys classify it?

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#2
I saw nothing modal or atonal in there at all?
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#3
Eh intro... Could use some work. i'm not a huge fan of the whole "Lets play our chord progression in whole notes and then play it again with a rhythm!" thing. Try throwing in some melodies over that.

I think your chorus riff needs harmony.

Your drum solo is a bit REALLY LONG.

i'd say this is either prog rock or ...Almost punk rock. Dunno. was never very good with genres.


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#4
Quote by DaddyTwoFoot
I saw nothing modal or atonal in there at all?

As in a general chord progression.
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#5
Quote by Weeping_Demon7
As in a general chord progression.

Yeah, but it's not atonal or modal (especially seeing as how something can't be both).

There is nothing atonal about D5, G5, C5, and Bb5. It's a i iv VII VI in Dm. "Atonal" implies no tonal center at all.
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#6
Add another measure into that drum solo, it feels a bit blank. Unless you're going for that weird feeling. Guitar part at 34 definitely surprised me, was not expected in the slightest, which isn't bad, it's a sick riff. Chorus is simple, but for the drums try adding crashes or open hi hats instead.
#7
Sorry man thought it was really boring and generic. the lead lines could definitely use some improvement.
#8
Quote by DaddyTwoFoot
Yeah, but it's not atonal or modal (especially seeing as how something can't be both).

There is nothing atonal about D5, G5, C5, and Bb5. It's a i iv VII VI in Dm. "Atonal" implies no tonal center at all.

Bad choice of words. Whatever.
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#9
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Sorry man thought it was really boring and generic. the lead lines could definitely use some improvement.

Thanks.
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