Made in Studio One 3 Pro................
https://soundcloud.com/djwayne2000/lost ... -fun-house
Can't tell if you want feedback or note.
The organ sound is great. I followed it and liked it.
But, your playing ion the beat needs lots of work.
Since it seems there is a click or tempo track to play to, I hope you can work on getting closer to the beat than this. I think your ideas are good but need to focus on playing together in time.
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waynekraft wroteThanks for the review....the music is intended to be out of time as the listener is supposed to be "lost", stumbling around in a dark fun house.
It's an interesting idea, and I see why you did it, but I think it could come across better. Maybe have no percussion so that your organ and piano can speed up and slow down at will? Maybe be in time together with percussion, but have the tempo accelerate and ritard?
Besides playing with time, you could really play with effects like phaser, flanger and delay to convey a really lost, warped sort of vibe. Throw in some random sounds/textures (listen to Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite). Though I do already get the vibe from the instrument choice and chord selection--it's just another suggestion.
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