Contact Info / Websites

All 4 audio Reviews

Ominous Intrigue Ominous Intrigue

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The end

The end was the best part. With the bells and the big drum... really nice. Very well done.

Burn7 responds:

Thanks. If I ever was to remix this song then I would use my newer soundfonts that would blow this out of the water.

Drive (Full Acoustic Cover) Drive (Full Acoustic Cover)

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Just some things...

I think you did a solid job with most of this song. The chord progression was played perfectly. A couple of things bothered me.
The "de-da-de-da" sound you got from picking between those two notes over the chord progression didn't do it for me. In the real song, they start quiet and build louder. I didn't hear that in your cover.
Also the transitions between chorus and verse could have flowed better.

Nice job overall.

spartan040 responds:

Thanks for the honest critique :D. You're right though, the whole thing could've gone smoother. Next time, I will try to find a better way of playing it, I think I would add a cajon in there too. The "dedadeda" sound, as for should be faint and fading yet noticeable right?

Thanks again, man!

Phase Shift Phase Shift

Rated 4 / 5 stars


That was some tasty piano.

0976 responds:

lol wai thank yew. Tastes like happy o.o'

AudioSurfer - Mushroom Forest AudioSurfer - Mushroom Forest

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great feel - minor issues

As a whole, the song is really cool. However, the 1/16th note bass kicks at the beginning seemed so out of place, and the drum transition right around 1 minute was too abrupt.

The delay on the lead really sounded cool, especially with the slides. However, the notes you played bounced around a lot, and some sort of structure would have gone along nicely with the mellow feel of the song

Anywhoski, I enjoyed it and now I'm gonna go check out some more of your stuff.

People find this review helpful!
djchrispy responds:

Very constructive criticism! I'm working on some new mellow songs as we speak. These comments help! Thank you! Also my songs do have a lot of abrubt changes. I like to think of them as deceptive cadences.