Hello! Thanks for checking out my thread.
I've been playing in bands for about thirteen years, but I've only recently begun seriously focusing on my solo work. My heart is set on making music for video games (of the smaller, indie nature), but I know I'm not good enough. Not yet. This is why I'd love some good, brutal critique of my work. Any help at all would be appreciated! (I'll also accept the occasional compliment, if you are so inclined)
This one was inspired by Jim Guthrie (Sword & Sworcery EP) and Disasterpeace's work on Fez. I wanted to write an uplifting climax track. A payoff. I'm pretty happy with this one, but it's definitely not past revision.
This is my newest track, and it's definitely a work in progress. I've been at it for days, and I'm stumped, so any critique/advice would be most appreciated!
Here's a piano track I did for a film trailer that was never released. I struggle a great deal with piano music, and it's something I'm working hard at, but since I don't have any formal training, it's going a bit slow. I think I'm at my best when I keep it simple, but this one might be a bit too
This is an old chiptunes track I did. It's definitely the most "gamey" of my tunes. I like it, but I'm having a hard time coming back to this style.
Anyway, thanks for listening.