kind of grows on you...
the vocals, i mean. the fact that the guitar playing is great goes without saying.
But it's clear you used some sort of chorus generator, because it definitely sounds like there's more than one of you. i think that this killed the vocals, more than anything. It sounds like the guitar part and the vocals are separated, detached. Your vocals actually aren't all that horrible, if you listen closely -- the accent just makes it a bit unclear.
But in a way, your irish accent (which is what i think it is, sorry not too sure) actually makes the vocals all right, because it goes well with the sort of of laid-back, country feel of the guitar. It makes me think of all the crew singing with a hired professional guitarist. They're singing just because it gives them hope and othersuch good feelings, and he is just really good and solid with the guitar.
Not so bad.
love the percussion
everything was awesome, except the key change was a bit abrupt.
I'm not sure if that was the intention. The very last chord was a little odd.
But I've a soft spot for Celtic music, and this is definitely under-rated.
Pretty simple, as far as the actual melody, but it's got a nice feel.
And the percussion was just beast.
...well, you gave Basshunter credit, that's the only reason I'm not so mad. Just come up with some original stuff sometime soon, once you get the feel for FL.
Also, where'd the really high sine-like synth go? That's my fav part in the song, if you're talking about "Dota".
thanks for the review, i guess.
Great job! Loved the low strings and drums in the background.
The singing lady, not so much. It got the creepy effect across, but after a while, it sounded a bit meh. Perhaps use the mixer some more, give it some depth. Also, the vibrato in her voice makes her sound a bit fake. The trills were good, though.
Just curious, where'd the name come from?
Its a remix of a song from a german rockband 'Rammstein'.
The name of the song is Sonne, I believe it means Sun in english.
Thanx for your comment
starts out with your usual style, piano-vocals, nice and soft. But at :43, now it sounds unique, some orchestral, deep vocals, awesome drumline. Reminds me of running real fast through a mountainous landscape, an almost battle-like atmosphere. a dramatic rise, then back to your usual soft style. A masterpiece. One of your best.
niice...but wait a minute...
awesome guitar and drums, but i can't help but think i've heard this - or something like it - somewhere else. maybe that's because it's so good. Keep it up!
more intense please! Maybe some more heavy chords, and a snare or something.
but whatever everyone else is saying about the rhythm, i think it's catchy. It's a remix, after all, not a remake. Good job!
Ok, thanks for the comment. MUch appreciated.
it's pachelbel, by the way, not paschabel.
but anyways, cool guitar melody, just enough of your own twists to it to call it your own. definitely one of the better remixes of Canon in D, but there are just too many of these floating around.
Thanks for the comment! much appreciated.
love the synths
your instrument choice is awesome; that's what i have the most trouble in composing with software - i know little of mixing or the like. the melody is really catchy, if a bit repetitive, perhaps more variation, that's always good. i didn't hear the original, but this sounds like it's improved a lot. this song brightened my evening. but i'll give you a 9 just because i'm not into that whole hero-worship thing =) see you around
all your songs are great, but i liked this one especially because - oddly enough - of your use of profanity - that is to say, sparsely and well-placed. most artists today hit u with so many of them that they lose their bite. but that one word really hit home. if i was the object of this piece, when i heard that line, i'd just sit there and cry =) well, probably not, but anyways
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