Post songs you made because of that girl.
Ill start https://soundcloud.com/kyuss-arizona/love-me
Also i ripped off black moth super rainbows drum part in gold splatter. Rip me apart
i like some of the songwriting in a few songs on this record. too bad i was too excited about writing and releasing something to learn some basics of production, so most of it sounds tacky and awful. i'm probably overthinking as well though.
n-no it's private
and i don't have it anymore
here's the case tho
65 bpm is what i call the love zone ;)
gotta think of lyrics to describe the ecstasy she brings me (not the drug lmao)
well it's nice to hear you were able to woo her. I wish you nothing but the best on your adventure fueled by love. Godspeed
I'm only putting this on SC temporarily because I don't like sharing this type of content
and also it's pretty old and frankly not great
I just made a new album of instrumentals to help me deal with a fucked up sleep schedule
I've also been rapping for like three years but I'm a memey thesaurus monkey so if you want to circumvent that to hear my beats they're here
The most recent ones are at the bottom, if you're gonna explore them I'd recommend starting pretty far down unless you want to be taken on a journey through the two-year evolution of my production skills two minutes at a time.
you can only drown your voice in so much reverb and timestretching before it starts to sound like cheating imo
sounds a little flat, no oomf heard on my senn's but idk maybe that's what you were going for
not particularly memorable, get some variety in that guitar loop and there you go
felt like you could've done something else with the ending instead of just fading it all out at once
and that has been my constructive criticism.
not bad anon, not bad, i certaintly couldn't have done any better. you've got potential
Not actually my own voice, a sample from a Secondhand Serenade song. That song was released juuuust before I got a much better knack for mixing my 808s; the higher notes it's hitting also take away a bit of the oomf out of the sound. But thank you for the constructive criticism.