One Hour Compo - Round 633 (OHC633)
Nov 26, 2020 InvisibleObserver
The Underbelly Of The Great Bird
A Lack Of Freedom
School of Sorcery WIP 4 (Tower)
DDRKirby: I've always hated writing faster things because a bunch of effort turns into like 45 seconds. You did well pacing out repetitions in your piece and letting the bridge keep things fresh.
Koekepan: When the first pad stack and bell hit, noice moment. Dunno how different one version of sunvox is from the next, but I think I detect higher quality new samples/wave forms to play with.
DarkShadow: I find myself thinking the loose use of pitch, and thwacky drums your tracks have could be fun and easy to sample and insert in as one shots. I wonder if you perceive your own music as sort of chaotic leaning, or others music as maybe a little over normative.
JH Sounds: Unsure if more sad or uplifting. Enjoy that there is a tension between the two. The ending hum was a very pleasant surprise. I still find the concept of writing lyrics and getting a few good takes in kind of mortifying as a challenge.
NickC: 6-3=3 You are welcome. I enjoyed what I presume to be a sound morph at the end. I would like to hear more play with morphing from clean to dirty.
Misael.k: Lead guitar tone is awesome, love the tailing nature of it. If you spend more time on this I'd like to hear it again.
Arcana: I'm not saying you couldn't have written this, but it sounded pretty different from what I normally expect from you. I enjoyed the ear candy and the section changes. I thought the timing of things really well in those bits.
TheVideoGamer: Schranzy gabbering intensifies. Transitions and merging came together pretty well. Probably want to aggresively normalize and limit clamp things. Use the wave form as your guide for what's too quiet/loud/dynamic.
Dec 02, 2020 TheVideoGamer
TheVideoGamer - Here's why i was late. What i did was, i bunched together a bunch of projects and tracks i didn't use (As well as one i did during compo) and imported it to DJ software, where i would mix in 8 tracks, to essentially create a DJ mix, which is why there is layering etc. This was in part, because it was a free round, and i wanted to branch try something new. Have i succeeded? Well i like it, but it took me a while to export some tracks, as well as the mixing, hence why i was late. Oh well.
DDRKirby(ISQ) - Sure it's commission work, but i loved it nonetheless (Especially how well mixed it is, and the chip leads) in fact i loved it so much, i gave it second lol.
Koekepan- Very moody sound design, i like it a lot. Just the right amount of time, for developments too. Well done!
DarkShadow - As you do lol....
JH Sounds - Very straightforward, works nicely. Your voice works well in these settings. Good job!
NickC - Oof this is heavy. I love the beats man, so original, so dynamic. In fact, i just love how unique this sounds. Awesome work dude!
Misael.K - Oh man these drums are epic! I love how rock and metal it feels, but with a hint of electronica in it. This is just...beautiful! Amazing work!!
Arcana - The melodies are really nice! Goes super well with the drums. I feel it needs less drums, so i can process the melodies a bit better, but as a whole good job!
InvisibleObserver - The sound design is awesome, i love the pads and textures. For me sadly, the drums are a bit loud. It get's close to clipping. Other than that though, good job!
Top 3 - Misael.K, DDRKirby(ISQ), Nick C
Awesome - DDRKirby(ISQ), Koekepan, NickC, Misael.K
Needs Work - DarkShadow, JH Sounds, Arcana, InvisibleObserver
Dec 03, 2020 Misael.K
DDRKirby(ISQ): classic DDR awesomeness.
JH Sounds: nice chord progression with an equally nice accompanying melody.
awesum: DarkShadow, DDRKirby(ISQ), JH Sounds, NickC.
good: Arcana, InvisibleObserver, Koekepan, TheVideoGamer.