You requested comments, so I thought I'd say a bit:
1) The drum beat is fun, keep that
2) The melodies you have sound a little random. Concentrate initially on the notes that fall on the beat, then add no more notes in between than you need for it to flow
3) Drop the sampled instruments and use synthesised ones. They're far more alterable and always perfectly in tune.
4) Having two complex melodies playing at the same time is not easy. In most modern music the bass line just picks out the dominant notes of the main melody
1) never use samples as instruments, They sound Bad! In your song the piano clicks in almost all the notes!!!
2) You should learn how to mix http://sourceforge.net/apps/phpbb/lmms/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=50 Because your song sounds too loud at some points.
3)Make variants, your song is very repetitive.
I hope this Help you!!!Posted by: miguel on 2011-09-29 18:51:56
I wonder why the guy above said that samples sound bad as instruments. The problem of the piano could be solved by applying REL on it's envelope. For example, open the piano02.ogg, go to the tab ENV/LFO, click on the graphic, spin the knob REL to 0,5. It's supposed to sound better.
Samples are good, even perfect depending on the style. You just need practice and time to play around with LMMS functions and features.
I noticed that both in the piano and the organ, you play short notes, causing the note to stop abruptly. I suggest to sustain these notes, make them longer, or add reverb (open the church_organ03.ogg, go to the tab FX, select add effect and pick either C* Plate 2x2, Calf Reverb or TAP Reverberator, though I would go with Calf Reverb).Posted by: Yure16 on 2011-09-29 23:35:56