#3
I loved it, It sounds like something modest mouse would produce. It's got pretty good potential, the recording just sounds a little fuzzy. Overall, a great track.
#4
Radio head anyone? Sounds good man. Drums could be brought up a little, but overall the effect is nice.
#5
radiohead-ish for sure. well i can't add much more than what has been already said. would really be cool with vocals. something kindda dark. well, again radiohead comes to mind, not a bad thing at all. thanks for the post. btw i would really have liked to hear the proggression you are working on, if you have it recorded of course
#6
Cool track. The drums definitely need to be adjusted. They could get a higher place in the mix. Also overall, the bass frequencies need a little more oomph. Its very mid and treble heavy. Also, there is a lot of hum and white noise in the background. Watch out for that stuff. Its pretty cool as I said, I think I like the other song on that profile more though. Its more interesting rhythmically.

Nice job.
#7
Thanks for rating my track by the way,
Thought yours was great, I thought something may have been a bit out of key around the 1:20 mark onwards till the end, but couldn't tell because of all the fuzz :<
Here are some pointers I gave to another guy yesterday about production/theory...

Learn some modes using this awesome mode dictionary.
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/scales/modes_with_mode_dictionary.html

The song will be in the key of the root note of the first chord, until you play a chord out of that key it will not change. Use the correct scales and you'll sound a hell of a lot better.

Get a copy of Logic/Cubase any program similar, just use your desktop mic to record the guitar into 1 track on its own. Add VST Instruments for drums and bass as different layers. Then It'll sound a whole lot better.

Good work though, sounds great!!
#8
Quote by l3xbi
Thanks for rating my track by the way,
Thought yours was great, I thought something may have been a bit out of key around the 1:20 mark onwards till the end, but couldn't tell because of all the fuzz :<
Here are some pointers I gave to another guy yesterday about production/theory...

Learn some modes using this awesome mode dictionary.
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/scales/modes_with_mode_dictionary.html

The song will be in the key of the root note of the first chord, until you play a chord out of that key it will not change. Use the correct scales and you'll sound a hell of a lot better.

Get a copy of Logic/Cubase any program similar, just use your desktop mic to record the guitar into 1 track on its own. Add VST Instruments for drums and bass as different layers. Then It'll sound a whole lot better.


Good work though, sounds great!!


hey man, can u crit my latest by any chance?