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beat up $hit &amp;lt;1&amp;gt; beat up $hit <1>

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


I dont think its the drums sounding crap, rather the cheezy nice sounding synth that lets this song down. The drums have a cool downsampled kinda photek/jazzy sound that you don't really see in commercial D+B. SO more melody (have a set bassline main tune with chords, counterpoint or whatever filler you choose) + play about with your beat more not only musically but digitally. Good start.

City of Illusions City of Illusions

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Haunting but pritty

Really cool piece, the changes and combinations of fellings and the way the music flowed through the section changes made it pritty outstanding. Sounded alot like a theme from some film music.

Some more percussion might have been nice in the arrangement and helped alot with the dynamics. In the second section i wish the piano chords changed once a bar rather than twice but thats my silly personal preferance.

Good shit anyways.

PianoFortress responds:

I really like percussions but I still have to figure out where when I should use them...maybe I'll put my focus on that in my next song...which should be a faster piece again. like cimmeria.
anyway thanks for your support!

Ric Flair Can't Help It Ric Flair Can't Help It

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Man, how hard was it to find all those samples? Either way the cutting, pasting + looping was perfect.