@Julianna Angie Dora,
I am glad that at finally sharing your first project here and ask you kindly not to offend on a personal basis!
I debating and criticizing only the projects and music and do not hate anyone here except trolls who indiscriminately evaluate all projects with 1 star! .. And I admit that I do not like people with great confidence without coverage.
Now my opinion about your project:
1. Poor and irritating TripleOSC insrument.
2. Stupid and elementary / stale melody.
3. Poor distorted sound, red sector oscilloscope.
4. What you have done, to me, it would take 10 minutes !!!
5. You do not have elementary experience yet how to work with LMMS plug-ins, effects, filters and much more!
6. My rating is 1
All the best you I desire and many musical successes for the future!
(I'm sure you will learn many useful things from the professional users here, @h20, @Tanner, @J.A.R @Gab, @Texx and other)
This is my souncloud and youtube channel:
Posted by: gdd71 on 2016-12-15 11:03:28
Interesting first project! Here's some helpful criticism.
The bell is too loud. You'll need to turn down its volume.
The bass is too bubbly and phaser-like. I would totally get rid of the bubble-phase sound. You can do that by going into the ENV/LFO section of the TripleOSC and turning off the filter underneath the volume settings. After that, you can turn the amount (AMT) up all the way to 1. Then turn down the release (REL) to 2. You'll get a saw bass!
The kick would go great with some added percussion, such as a snare, some hihats. Stuff like that :)
I would say add more to the lead notes. Variety to the lead almost always makes a track sound better.
Don't feel like crap for all the negatives!! It'll just help you out and make your piece even better! My first piece was literally two invaders_must_die BitInvader presets, one smooth one not, repeating the same note. It's rather embarrassing..
That was a year ago. Look at my projects now! They don't sound like the most awesome thing in the world, but they are decent! So give it some time, keep working with LMMS, and you'll end up making great music!
I do agree a little with gdd about TripleOSCs, although not to such an extent. Use them if you can make them amazing (Skiessi's piece RPN14253 is a great example) but otherwise learn ZynAddSubFX as soon as possible. It's so worth it.
And yes, get LMMS 1.1.3.
Another tip, once you get your pieces so that they sound good enough to receive attention, I suggest that you stop putting them up on the LMMS site. People like to steal stuff. I'm honestly thinking about taking down all my pieces because someone took my Son of Flynn piece for themselves.
Happy LMMSing! :D
Etorna_ZPosted by: Etorna_Z on 2016-12-15 12:01:02
Aye, he who must not be named.Posted by: Etorna_Z on 2016-12-17 12:47:13