i wanna share my latest composition “Longing to return” what do you guys think about this track?
I like your track very much! My only comment/critique (remembering that music is all personal and subjective)- I thought the mix between about 0:45 and 1:03 (and a few moments later) was maybe a little dense, with too much competition for the same mid and high mid frequencies. Other than that, I enjoyed the piece very much! Post more!
Great track for sure. Awesome progression, harmony, melody, & orchestration. Only thing I would do differently that I think would make it even better is adding some whooshes and cymbal swells to decorate the main beats and hits in some of the first 2 sections. Like the second section before the climax there is no whoosh or swell at its end or in the middle when the progression repeats. Those are 2 spots I would definitely add them. Doesn’t have to be loud but an element to emphasize the ends of the phrases would work great in my opinion. The Climax I has the whoosh hit about every downbeat and to me it seems to get a bit repetitive. I’d say maybe either do them every other down and/or do different whooshes instead of the same. Maybe one softer than the other or a slightly different pitch. But overall this is a great track. Sounds very professional with great orchestration and structure of an awesome theme!! Good luck to you and your good work!
Robust! I am so happy to hear such a full sound. So much vitality, Hope and resolution. This music is so uplifting! Loved it, and it made my day richer. Thanks and keep going with your wonderful spirit.
It’s a nice tune, but needs some balance of the elements. There is what sounds like a kind of static, or something on a powerful reverb maybe, that feels like it blocks or casts a “haze” over the rest of the instruments. I think it would be a good idea to bring in some elements without the others, then let the others in while the 1st recede for a bit, so they aren’t all competing at the same time - a good example of when “less is more” - and is more often than not what hampers an otherwise good song.
Mixing is a tricky skill, and it’s probably a good idea to find a good mixing guy to carve out frequency ranges for all those elements, so they don’t conflict with each other.