The Flute was out of place, I think. And the open hat samples sounded too thin. Other than that, it's decent.
I'd like to hear some ambient metal hit sounds mixed in there, other than that, it's pretty good.
the overdrive guitar sounded too weak, it could be that you added too much distortion and the bass spectrum was lost in the process
Thanks for the feedback. I do agree the overdrives weak.
solo violin/cello should be replaced with an ensemble of strings. Alternatively, you can just turn up the chorus stereo effect and lower the volume, so all the instruments will blend together like one squishy warm morning coffee :D
This is what I'm talking about. The EQ is spot on! If you use the bar visualization, the average amplitude is almost a straight line. (maybe a tiny bit short on the mid range)
The kick is too dry, I'd suggest adding some filters/FX to make it more subtle with the music.
This certainly reminds me a lot of EBF3's Ocean area. The melody is very laid back. I would perhaps suggest replace the tinkle bells with some steel/acoustic guitar in there so it won't sound too similar to the Snow/Ice stage.
add this song to EBF4 please! xD
The vocal was a bit annoying for me. Maybe there ought to be more reverb? Because it didn't really resonate with the instrumental at all.
True, there ought to be. In sound systems where there is reverb built-in, I can listen perfectly without any worries. But I can see where there isn't.
Thanks for the feedback, I'll do my best with the remastering.
when you sing the words "sailing apart," you shouldn't actually pronounce the "r" sound when you're singing at very high pitch. For one, it's a lot easier without the "r" sound, and it makes the vocal more emotional.
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