Good creative times I have right now - I have made a new piece today. I'm trying to develop my own style, so it could be pretty similar to previous works.

c4c, of course.
Last edited by Gwrhkhsh at Dec 30, 2009,
As I listen:

Intro: I like the effect you had going with the Rhodes Piano. That was cool. The first riff was pretty decent too. It's catchy and gets you right into the song.

Verse: I like how you were more subtle with the guitar parts here. You kept them in the background while keeping the keys in the forefront.

Refrain: Nice idea to bring it back. No complaints.

Post Refrain: Again, you didn't really do anything different but you didn't have to. Not for this piece, anyway.

Breakdown: Pretty cool idea. It maintains that mellow atmosphere you've got going throughout the entire song.

Refrain: Same idea, but still a good idea. You varied it a little bit with that lead part near the end. You played it safe throughout this piece, not getting too crazy, but I think that's okay since you're trying to keep an atmosphere of simplicity, so I can't complain.

Very nice song gets a little repetitive and predictable in my opinion though maybe you should switch up the melody on the rhodes piano? Don't get me wrong its great but i dunno just you know gets predictable after a couple of times
GAY PORN!!!!!!!!!

That is all...
Switch up? How? I think it should be as it is, it's kind of a pair of brackets (intro & outro) in which the song is put.

@ Progbass92 - thanks