But why doesn't the tab section cover anything beyond just which fret to play? There's various pretty standard notations for things like harmonics and bends, and someone who looked at your tutorial would have to figure out what those meant on their own.
Yea, I should have added more, but I'm doing a huge tab tutorial and it covers everything/.
I know you've probably gotten many thousands of glowing reviews over the years, but I wanted to add one more.
I remember being FLOORED by your animation "Bitey of Brackenwood" so many years ago, and this is even more beautiful than I remember that one being.
I'm very, very impressed with your work and hope you can keep it up.
It's a fun game. But when I disable the sound effects they keep coming back. This is a dealbreaker for me.
This game doesn't really offer anything. A mech game without customization is basically unthinkable for me, and any simple isometric shooter without upgrades is just... boring.
There's no ultimate objective other than 'shoot the enemies' and no real pleasure to be gained from continuing forward.
There needs to be some sort of previous shot indicator.
What you're missing is a lead. Something to carry over and throughout your various staccato elements. Something to really fill the middle range of the track. You've got a rhythm section set up, now build your lead.
I just can't find what I want to lead it with. That's the problem that I'm having with it most.
there's a little bit of discordance ringing throughout, which complements the overall texture very well.
any given part of the song is only superficially distinguishable from any other part, which I think is a good goal for this style. the progression seems logical, while the constant rhythmic accompaniment (minimalistic in nature as it may be) is a common thread ensuring consistency.
I don't know that I have any complaints or criticisms that could be directed at this song, rather than the style. Very nice.
The discordance wasn't actually intended; I just played with what felt right, without rewriting the chord progression a dozen times like I usually do when writing trance. I'm glad you think it works though.
Again, I just went and made music, and let it come as it did. I heard these little repeating melodies in Siney's music, and I knew that worked, so I decided to try and incorporate something similar. I'm happy that that worked.
Yeah it isn't quite metal, ska, or industrial, but I'm glad you enjoyed it either way.
Thanks a lot for the review loans. :)
This really isn't a song so much as a random collection of riffs.
8 measures of the same boring snare/hihat action... twice? I think there's a kick in there but the drums are so poorly recorded I can't hear it. There needs to be some serious variation in the drums. Have him add some fills or something for the love of god.
A bunch of random riffs with no connection thrown together does not make a song, as I said. You need to do something so we're not listening to what are really a few different 4 measure riffs over and over again. It's boring. Add some lead guitar or some vocals or something.
Make sure your shit transitions well instead of just brickwalling into a new part of the song.
Yeah, our recording equipment is total crap and there is a kick, but as mentioned, they're poorly recorded due to the crappy equipment. The next time we rerecord this song, we will add fills and a brand new guitar track. So try and look forward to that.
I like this.
I really love this style (in the vein of kawaiinot and the like)
Fairly well executed. The text bothers me. I don't know if it's the capitalization, the giant breaks between the words, the odd layout or what, but something about it bothers me.
Otherwise a good use of space. Definitely fun.
Regarding your note at the end of your comments, submitting art the the portal places it under a noncommercial, attribution creative commons license. Meaning it's free for anyone to build upon an re-release under an identical license, so long as they credit you as the creator. This is also true for the audio portal.
He's so angry!
It's simple, straightforward, and I love it.
You're definitely more patient than I sir.
Looks pretty sweet.
thanks man! maybe i'll do more! ^^
thanks for the review!
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