!cube wrote:Overall nicely done. The only criticism I have is that the lead is too loud and there isn't enough dynamics on it, it's mostly full loudness and no pauses between notes. Dynamics makes a lot of difference because a pause and differences in volume make make melodies more interesting. In electronic music, we usually tend to forget about dynamics, but in acoustic music like orchestral music for example, it's paramount because otherwise everything will sound unearthly.
dhedberg wrote:Rocks! Keep it up!
607 wrote:That Battle of the Bits thing seems interesting, I hadn't heard of it before.
I like the tune you made for the Winter Chip XIV.
YQN wrote:Thanks Battle of the bits really made my music better because you compete with all sorts of musicians, including geniuses, it forces you to raise your standards and expect more from yourself You should join, we are lacking YM chiptuners there
607 wrote:Okay! I'm trying to learn some basic music theory first, so I can figure out why my latest tune seems a bit lacklustre compared to my previous tunes, and then I was planning to make a snow-themed track. So if there's another Winter themed event, let me know...
cqrefree/cqreless is quite interesting. Do you have a story behind it written anywhere? I like the ending.
YQN wrote:There is a Winter Chip battle every year, whose deadline is generally around february
tksm wrote:Music for my ears.
Nice work congrats.
Zorro 2 wrote:Hi Yan,
I discover your soundcloud profile, interesting
<Out Of Bre"a"th> song is my favourite !
Et si tu es tenté de produire sur des vrais démos sur STE, tu sais comment me contacter
607 wrote:Are you joining yourself again? I got my tune finished, but then saw that the deadline has been extended by two weeks, and as such I'm going to wait a bit with submitting it, and ask a housemate for feedback first.
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