Did not listen to the whole thing on my good headphones, but I saw a gap in sound at 4:10 in the first track, and it ends abruptly. The second one does as well, unless you just posted them that way on purpose.
And I have to agree with the post above that it does sound a bit not realistic.
Download Demos of all of them and check them out. Its like fighting about Fender or Gibson, or Chevy vs Ford. They all do the same thing.
I need your suggestions, I’m looking for a music that has the same mood/feel has the one you can see in the link below. It doesn’t need to have vocals, just a similar upbeat, melodic feel and engaging has this one seems to me. I also like that it has different instruments.
I always appreciate your suggestions, in the past, you have always helped me to find the right music for my work, so, thanks in advance!
AnneLink: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzE9Po-bAYo this music is from a brazilian composer, Silva and the music is “A Visita”
This one is almost the same http://audiojungle.net/item/beach-romance/5465464
Some people might say I can’t compose at all!
But seriously folks, I’m recovering from throat and ear problems. Basically, a long term of teaching piano while simultaneously composing has given me both laryngitis and tinnitus. The result being a sore throat, swollen node in my neck and burning ears. I’ve been resting quite a few days and getting better but as soon as I listen to any music (even quietly) the burning and ringing starts up again. Not sure if this is permanent but I always wear musician’s ear plugs at work and its really made me think twice about blasting that limiter at full volume in the future. Take care with your ears guys.Anyone else a sufferer with tinnitus or other loud music related conditions? Are they just hazards of the trade to be put up with, or should we all make a point of protecting our ears and resting them for several days at a time?
Sucks! But I say give it time! Take a rest! And honestly protect your ears as much as you can! God gave you only 2 of them. And I am not sure if it is just me or… But when I mix my stuff, I tend to turn down the volume low, because my ears can hear the difference in between the instruments better that way. No need for all that loud crap And I would maybe talk to your doc and explain him the situation and see what he suggests! ( I am sure you already did though) Keep us updated Good health to you!
Damn right man!
can you substitute cookies for beer? it would be a better deal!
a very good start! keep it up this way!