You know, I don't mind so much that you didn't like the track but everybody else gets an actual critique with some kind of comment on music and production and I get "Not feeling it?"Tbase2000 wrote:Donkey: Intro sound is awesome. Falling guitar picking super clean and nice tone. Powerful vocal. Drum beat works. I really like the realistic string bass. The build-up is thick towards the end with well chosen layers and tones. Rocked another one.
Laguna Rising: Nice dark intro that morphs into a punk type sound. You lost me a little later when you went for the guitar solos but it's hard to knock someone for ripping off a solo. Keyboard leads are solid.
Michael Triple 7's: The cover artwork is beautiful. Lots of chord work. I honestly don't get the master plan on the structure but there's movement. The keyboards help with the wandering experience to mark interesting points of interest...like, oh...look over there at that neat something in the cave.
Johnny Q: Nice beats. Not sure where we went around 1:30. Cool sound though. I need those angel voices in my studio. There's some fun synths in there as well.
Beenpole: Drum machine. -1 I like the verses better as they progress in the song with the sweeps. Theres some good changes in there and the variation of instruments helps keep it fun.
Mr Natural: Nice work with the creative patches and sounds to build your underwater landscape. Good easy listen. Moist.
Hellfog: There's some timing issues in here that I couldn't live with. Are those French horns in there? If so, interesting choice. I like the layers and the environment that comes out of it. Could be tighter.
Wagtunes: I wasn't feeling this one. Sorry
Yeah, that's real helpful.