#1
Was writing a good intro riff, I like it, but I'm not sure where to go next. I just want to show it and see if I can get some ideas and crit on how it sounds so far. C4C of course.
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notes3.zip
Last edited by xxCHANCExx at Mar 7, 2008,
#2
wow I gotta say, that was refreshing. The intro riff was catchy, but it didn't really hook me, I really liked the keyboard (especially Keyboard II) during the verse though. It was killer.

I'd be interested in seeing what it would sound like if the guitar was a deeper sound, maybe dropping the pitch as well.

Eitherway thought it was nice. Not quite sure where to take it though.
Last edited by Frozzenn at Mar 1, 2008,
#3
That intro was beautiful in every way, but I dislike the direction it went in after bar 27. I think it would be alot better if you kept the same general motif throughout, keyboard driven, steady, and melodic. Also, I personally liked this alot better once I muted the string ensemble. (keyboard II) It kind of overwhelmed the rest of it.
#5
Just changed the piano and guitar part part very slightly and slowed it all down by about 10BPM.
#6
I like the two guitars in the beginning, quietly heard behind the piano (Which was phenomenal the whole way through). I love it when songs explode, so when yours turned distorted with drums, I sort of fell in love haha. Again, the piano was especially good during the electric part. I'd like to hear what it sounds like continued very much.

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#7
eh my piano RSE hasnt been working so I changed it to acoustic guitar. it probably doesn't give the same effect but I can visualize. it has kind-of a different style to it. the chord at the end of intro is nice, but the next part seems to get a little repetitive. great job though man 8.5/10
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