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that's fast playing! The best part begins at 1.40. Why don't add a synthesizer string section to play the chords of the track? You know, build the track up the same way as Mike Oldfield did on his old stuff: bass and drums + guitar + after a while strings + after a while an oboe or a flute ... and then back to basics again with only drums, bass and guitar.
This is good dance music. That rhythm is VERY good and very catchy! The track just needs a singer, male or female. Then you've got hit material. In my humble opinion.
nice guitar and a nice tune. add some hall effect to your voices. I like the break - it's very well done. This is easy listening at its best.
Good intro. Music that sounds as if it was made for a science fiction movie. Make a longer version and add more strings and brasses, so it (almost) sounds like an electronic symphony.
Pretty crazy. Yes, and funny. You should definitely finish it. And let it end in an explosion.
Congratulation! You have just made Maroon 5 sound like an Italian synthpop band from the 1980's! Actually I like this version of 'One More Night' BETTER than the original. Personally I would have added some strings to the track, just to make the arrangement sound "wider" or richer. But that's just a minor thing.
I like this simple tune and the way you put variation into the arrangement. The fine details with extra sounds, short breaks. Could there have been one more chord, one more key? Yes, but in this case I do NOT miss it that much, because of all the variations, that so carefully and elegantly have been put into the arrangement.
Very intense. Music made for a fight on a discoteque. This track sounds like it would work just as well with ordinary or more calm drums.
a very playful track, especially because of the rhythm. I would like to hear a black, female singer with a strong voice together with this arrangement.
ah, groovy rhythm guitar there! And lovely vocal. Mya I suggest an instrumental break with a synthesizer trumpet before returning to the vocals. That way your track would be 3 minutes (or more) and feel more like a hit single. You can easily make your music richer, cause you've got anything else just right!
this sounds like a mix between Kraftwerk and Jean Michel-Jarre. A lot of strings, plus some kind of a melody put on top of it all - and you have a winner. As it is now, it sounds like the fundament of something bigger.
a video game from the 1980's? That's how this sounds. I love the heavy bass and drum. Add more instruments on top of it all, make a bridge and you have got a killer. And please give us more of that robot voice.
This is very beautiful! I love the bright synthesizer sounds you have chosen for the first minute. I miss some string chords from 1:06 till 3:00, though. Not from 3:00 till 4:45. And strings or choir would also be perfect for the last minute or so. Great stuff, a excellent track!
Perhaps a bit overlong, but interesting due to its experimenting style. Certain parts of it reminds me of Kraftwerk. What about adding a few voices (perhaps robot voices) and a few more chords?
Lovely 1980s-like strings and bass line. One or two extra chords could do wonders for this track, but it's still better than average. I like it very much.
This is a very good tune. If you skipped the scratchy bass sound, it would be perfect. I love 2:15-2:45.
this is a catchy tune. It works, because the arrangement is simple and straightforward. The female singer is good, but perhaps her voice should have been emphasized with the help of some reverb.
When I hear this track, I imagine someone walking through the desert. Strong beat.
I like the first 47 seconds of this track. It has a certain futuristic quality to it.
There's a lot of potentiale in your music. Choose 3-4 chords, that you'd like to use for a track and see where it gets you. I really liked 3:15-3:45. What about exploring this section of the track?
That almost burping voice sounds amusing, which I suppose is intended. I'd like to hear some of your other tracks.
I like the piano and the rhythm - it sets the mood for this track.
Now there's a drum to hit one in the stomache! ;-) You sound like Art of Noise (the british band) with that combination of drums, synthesizers and voices. Nice track!
I really like the piano that you use in the bridge before the chorus. This is a quite good dance track. The drum sound reminds me of Kraftwerk.
I like the flute. And you've got good voices for this kind of music.
Well, you've definitely chosen a very powerful bass and drum for this track. Could be interesting to hear you, what you would get out of the same ingredients, if you added one or two extra chords. The sound of the track is quite good.
it can't get any faster than this, can it? ;-) ... Like a fast horse. I like the guitar break and the piano thing, too.
what a cool intro with the lazy, hard-hitting drum, the very deep bass, followed by the organ and a trumpet. This i simplicity at it's best. This is the best track I've heard from you. But why be afraid of changing the chord just once or twice.
the quiet parts are the best. But you've got a strong sound. You don't sound like the average band. You sound like someone who are on the way to the top of the rock charts.
Someone's having a nightmare. ... It takes talent to get a track like this right. It's not just about pressing buttons. For a moment I was almost flying ... to Jupiter and beyond.
I especially like the first 2 minutes of the track. Good electronic sounds. After that it becomes a bit noisy, but still it has got that strong rhythm, that makes you nod your head - and what a strong break at 3.00. That sounds really good.
Good chorus. And the string chords that you use at the end sound excellent.
the synthesizers sounds quite very good with that blipping together with your voices. And man! you speak fast!
good combination of voices, scratchy sounds and the sound of police cars. You know how to play with the instruments. You've got talent.
I know there's a woman singing a bit near the end, but it ain't much.
this - I imagine - is like travelling through a jungle: you never know what to expect. You are having great fun with all of the electronic stuff. At 31:30 it became more than just interesting - it sounded quite good with these screaming sounds and blip-blop sounds. At 33.01 the dance music began, and I liked how it reached sort of a climax. Good stuff right there. What about getting someone to sing on some of the tracks?
Soundtrack for a monster film. There is a little catchy tune hidden between the many noises. If you put on some more dramatic or orchestral sound and more hall effect on the over-all sound, your music would sound like an interesting mix of classical music and modern electronic music. And saying that, I'm having that little catchy tune in mind. ;-)
Well done. You're good. This track could be even better if you isolated the different sounds and let the vocal stand alone (together with bass and drum). But that's just a suggestion. What do I know? ;-)
You chose a good, steady rhythm. And using a trumpet is a good idea. Perhaps even more trumpets or brass sounds would suit the track.
Good intro. I like the way you use the slow and low bits from the original song. The rhythm sounds a bit like reggae here and there.
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