Distorted jazz music? Not my style but i like your playing.
Thanks man. Just felt like improvising a bit :)
This is cool. I'm listening hard for the guitar but I can't hear it. I'm experimenting with shred and dubstep-check it out if you want. 5/5. Sounds sweet.
that was cool. Advice 4 u-don't program crash hits without bass drum hits. it sounds wonky. Drummer for 15 years. Peace.
OK, thanks dude! :)
It's ominous but I can't classify this as jazz. It doesn't swing. Cool house stuff though.
Oh thanks. The bass and harmonica were both completely improvised, so it's technically jazz, even though I put a bunch of Windows 98 synth on it afterwards.
Some errors in the playing as stated, but i like the idea. Not bad playing at all. Do another one!
Thanks! I'm working on another out of e minor.
your phrases lack depth-straight 8 bar progressions are boring. your instruments lack texture (program that lead oboe? to change dynamics here). You use the same rhythmic motif every time in the piano-bland. Do yourself a favor-go listen to Telemann. Lots of inspiration to be had there.
Clean. Resemblance of cool jazz elements are here.
i say that because it doesn't quite go anywhere too far besides playing and having fun on a distorted (neck pickup?) pentatonic scale. The beginning is classic bending riffs-good use there. Little hint- for every minor key there is a relative major key and vice versa. This is E minor, yes? so relative major (aka something you could solo in for spurts that would add a metric ton of depth) would be G major. From minors, it's the 3rd scale degree that's relative major. For majors, it's the sixth scale degree that's minor: EG Cmajor's relative minor is Aminor. Aminor's relative major is Cmajor. Ramble ramble ramble...good work. keep it up. learn your scales. it's worth it.
Wow, thanks. You're right, I don't really know much about scales since I haven't taken any real classes or anything and I was actually thinking about getting in one, but now I see it IS worth it. Thanks for the "little hint" ...No srcasm
Rhythm is there. Was waiting for leads.
Dude, your rhythm playing is good. You've got beat. Your leads need to be more than mere introjections in the rhythm part. Lets hear some melody! Make up a melody part that follows the rhythm guitar. Sing it, then learn it, then play it. Works every time.
By the way-take the delay off of the lead part. You're better than that. Confidence, good sir. Peace.
Thankyou DragonX016, I'll take that on board, though I think you flatter my talents more than I deserve!
Like the progression. 12 bar is fun to write and play. I give it an 8-I'm a stickler for synthetic instruments in old school genres. You should try an AABA progression next. Take the A train is an AABA- go listen to that a couple of times and you'll get why they call it AABA. Cheers.
DIG. Nice work.
Respect on the piano work-but I must say as a harsh critic i would like to hear some more rocking chops-that is some nutty runs, builds, and come downs. and what not. I can tell you have years of experience playing. Don't ever stop. Hit me up if you're interested in doing some compositions to drums and bass-like brushes and jazz bass.
Yeah, totally agreed here really, this is one of my weaker Jazz pieces in all fairness. I'd have given it a 6, so thankyou for the 8 :) Check out 'Risky' in my Audio, that's a better example of my Jazz stuff.
Sounds like an interesting proposition, I'll contact you about that in the near-distant future :)
[Thanks for the Review, :D ]
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