After remixing 3 tracks I decided to make my first own song. It took me about 6 hours to make (with breaks of course). It's Melbourne Bounce and I hope you guys like it. Remember that it's my VERY FIRST own creation, so don't be so hard.
It's too repetitive! It can not stay like this ! (Well, it can, but ...)Posted by: D.Ipsum on 2017-05-25 08:56:22
@D.Ipsum I know, but as I said: It's my first selfamde project. I'm trying to get better from day to day :DPosted by: vespertine on 2017-05-25 10:40:13
Sorry for my abrupt words
A few tips:
- assign each track to a mixer channel
- adjust the volume of each track so that the master channel stays in the green
- vary the timbre of the instruments, the melodic, rhythmic, harmonic content, what else?
Several solutions to vary the timbre of the instruments:
- clone an instrument, modify the sound of the clone, make transitions from one to another
- automate the change of value of some parameters (such as volume, cut-off frequency, etc.)
- what else ?
Several solutions to vary the melodic content of the "weeh" instrument (for example):
- A = The measurements from 9 to 10 = from 13 to 14 = from 17 to 18 = etc. (This is repetitive because the measurements are copied / pasted, without any modification)
- B = Measurements from 11 to 12 = from 15 to 16 = etc. (This is repetitive because the measurements are copied / pasted, without any modification)
- Schematically, from measurement 9 to measure 46, you have something like A-B-A-B-A-B-A-B-A-B-etc. without any modificationwithin A and B.
- A variation may be something like A-B-A-B * -A-B-A * -B ** - etc.
- what else ?
In summary, the structure of your track is good, solid, but its facing or siding is weak.
Sorry for my broken English. Posted by: D.Ipsum on 2017-05-26 05:34:22