This is greatwow surprising me man this is a really good one I like the instrumentation on this one it's got a lot of GrooVe - and then this one right here is one that I actually definitely getting into I had to give you 5 stars for that
Nice!!!Great Instrumental! This doesn't even need lyrics that's Tha best! You should look into getting your instrumentals played in restaurants/businesses I think they would be played there!
GroovyThis has groove. From a listeners perspective and being as picky as I am when it comes to music, I'll definitely groove to this tune and add it to my playlist. You guys always seem to impress. Keep up the great work.
Nice Mellow RockThis is a good night track to listen to! The guitars and boo bass fit well with this song. For some reason this gives gives me dejavu of some 90s films. I really enjoyed this song. Nice work SOGP!
Ha ha ha!!!!!!I thought this artist was supposed to keep me from reviewing because I didn't give them a glowing review, but apparently he made a mistake and I'm still seeing his music subject to reviews. This is more musical masturbation with sustained organ chords, mediocre guitar solo licks and poorly-recorded and loosely-performed drum tracks that all rely on too much reverb and no emotion. The composition itself is not even a composition, just a jam that has no focus or theme. To that end, the artist shows less creativity than most professional musicians. What a shame he doesn't listen to and absorb what seasoned musicians sound like instead of assaulting our senses with this horseplay. I'm just calling it as I hear it.
Good for movieNice instrumental. Well suited for a movie or television series. Some brass would spice up your instrumental and a few orchestral hits would be nice also. Laid back is the fell here.. I hear you loud and clear.
Sound Quality Overview #2I like this song. a compressor on that bass and kick would make it really stand out. side chain your mix and add some effects like panning and chorus flangers. layer each sound with same notes but pan them to different frequencies and layer the sounds using pan effects on the layers and try a compressor @ 6:1 for you lead synth. try mastering each sound individually first before attempting to mix the whole track. as for your drums you need to break them down. pan the bassline to 10 on the left channel, the kick drum to 8 on the left channel, the snare to 6 on the left channel and then your hats @ 4 on the left channel. and percussions in there but adjust where you want to pan it to by sound. I hope this helps. there are many videos on youtube that go in depth on the subject of mixing. I have doing mixing and mastering for almost 20 yrs now and i can tell you personally that it took my ears around 5-10 yrs to adjust to mixing and mastering my own music to a point where i started feeling comfortable enough to call it mixed professionally and although my instrumentals get placements as mastered work i still don't consider them to be truelly mastered because there is only so much you can do with a computer compared to a real mastering studio.