Sonic 3D - Diamond Dust (PRC122)
Jun 15, 2008 bundeslang
Chickenwarlord - The song misses variation, the wholse song is boring. But, my ears are still here, it's not so bad.
Binweasel - Interesting start, but after a while the samples become boring. I like the middle part, it's well mixed. The samples are the same during the whole song.
Rexy - I like the samples you used at the start, I don't like the drumline, it's a little dominating. The middle section is nice. The last minute isn't, because it's the same as before. Good end.
Jun 15, 2008 munchi
Chicken: I'm noticing a pattern here. You submit an entry and then I say, "I think the compositional elements and overall feel of the song are spot on, and then I say if you used slightly better samples and a little more time mastering this would be first place hands down." Well, I don't want to mess with tradition so read what's in the quotes again.
Binweasel: I happen to be a low brass player at heart and I'm telling you that I would love to play your song. You get third not so much because of issues with your song. It's just in comparison with the other two, I have to vote you third. But honestly, it's a real solid piece (especially for a rush job!)
Jun 16, 2008 Chickenwarlord
Munchi's Brass hits were a bit distracting from the rest of the arrangement. :31 stood out in particular as jarring.
Binweasel: Your song sound the most cluttered. Especially that powerful drum line. Really takes out the bass. The brass aren't as bad as last time.
Jun 17, 2008 Binweasel
2. Much like the previous one, quite pretty and some very nice stuff around the first half. 2:02 especially made me grin. Unfortunately it kinda falls flat around my favourite bits, where the sax kicks in, in the original.
3. I very much enjoyed the sort of burbly wosscalled, like western/cowboy sort of thing going on, and the slightly slower pace than the others. The lack of drums rather helped, I think. But again, just barely 30 seconds of the part of the song I actually liked...