Paulino, I'm afraid I have to agree with clay somewhat (although I'll be less of a dick about it lol).
The best way I can explain it is that your songs seem to be stuck on what should just be the intro to a song. You know how the first few minutes of a song is just percussion, bassline and background noise? That's what the entire duration of your songs sound like. The sounds and mixing are fine, but musically (melodies/harmonies) they don't go anywhere.
How do you approach a song? My guess is you start with drums and bassline first. Instead of doing that, try loading up ONE synth and creating 4 bars of strings. Don't move onto drums or anything else until you have something that sounds great with just that one synth. Then, build your song around those strings. Changing up how you approach stuff like that might break the pattern for you.
I also noticed in the studio pictures thread that you only have a 25 note keyboard. I think that's also part of the problem. Ditch that and replace it with a 49 note keyboard and learn to play the melodies from your favourite songs. Just listening to a song isn't good enough IMO. When you can physically see how a melody comes together (on your keyboard), you'll find a lot of patterns that make it easy for you to create your own. When you start doing theory, you'll realise those patterns are just basic chords and progressions.
|Originally posted by DJ Robby Rox |
I've never had a problem with FLs tech support till this day. (I've actually never used it till this day)
|Originally posted by floyd741 |
i think echosystm is a pretty cool guy. eh pwns robby rox and doesn't afraid of anything.
Last edited by echosystm on Apr-30-2014 at 08:39