#2
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Crit for crit. And be forewarned, at 1:48, it gets rather loud.

I tried, but it wouldn't work for me. But my browser has been screwing up on even the most simplest tasks lately. Sorry...
#4
That was really good when it took off. There always has been a small part of me with a taste for Electronic-style music. The composition actually reminded me of something you would hear from an organist, but just transcribed for a 21st Century sound. Nonetheless, I found it very enjoyable.
#6
It's definitely experimental . Not the type of thing I'd generally listen, but I quite liked it. I have to be honest, I wasn't a big fan of the introduction but from 00:45 I found it pretty cool. I really like the chords at around the 2 minute mark, and the huge change of dynamics between the transitions was quite effective. I think you develop your ideas pretty well throughout, but I would make more use of this particular section. I'd repeat it a couple of times, changing the drum beat to compliment the mood and exploiting the contrast of the section with quieter dynamics and perhaps a slower tempo.

I found the percussion a little annoying after a while but generally it compliments the synth really well. I think you need to be a tab more creative with it, to fit the style of the piece. I also found the ending to be fine, but perhaps a bit cliched? I'm not sure. Also, I think the introduction needs a little work (although perhaps I just don't 'get it') Apart from that, I really liked this piece. Good stuff!
#7
Very interesting. The beginning up until sounds too much like a video game for my liking, but once the percussion kicks in all is forgiven. The throb that gets going is nice, as the weaving guitars are. The 1:45 bit is cool, and comes at perfect timing.

The organ type sound works great. Overall, the thing isn't anythign lasting, but it's an interesting synth type project, and I think with some vocals this could be great indeed.

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#8
This is pretty good stuff. You must be a fan of Trent Reznor's work maybe?
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#10
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This is pretty good stuff. You must be a fan of Trent Reznor's work maybe?


Haha, thanks. And yes, I love Reznor's work. He's my favorite musician ATM, as well.

i love experimental stuff and you got some good shyt going there i envy u lol
check my song out.. its not like yours but it has similarities... how did you get all those effects btw??


I use FL Studio 7. =P