A new music composer...

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by GWriterStudio, Mar 20, 2017.

  1. GWriterStudio

    GWriterStudio New Member

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    Hello,
    I am a new music composer, composing in pretty much any kind of genre from DnB to a piano song.
    I would like to be in a game's credit.
    Check my soundcloud : https://soundcloud.com/gwriterstudio
    Here's my lastest instrumentals/game music

    Contact me:
    mail: gwriterstudio@gmail.com
    skype: ghostwriter11996


    About myself
    I am a pianist, I've tried to composing music from early 2015
    Everything I done so far were 3-4 songs for my hobby in 2 years (2015-2016)
    Until now, I realized that I would love to be a big time musician.
    So yeah, I will try to become one.
     
  2. Jed Crouch

    Jed Crouch New Member

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    Your musics sounding great, you'll find a commission in no time if you keep working at it.

    I would suggest however that you let your mixes 'breathe' a bit; you're pushing into the limiter a bit too much. Try reducing the levels of some of your instruments and also do some subtractive EQ'ing if the mix is packed. Also, I wanna hear those melodies more! They need to stand out.

    Good luck,

    Jed
     
  3. GWriterStudio

    GWriterStudio New Member

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    Thanks for feedback,

    Yes I also realized it is way too loud, and I did pushing it too much.
    Your advises will help me lots!
     
  4. Jed Crouch

    Jed Crouch New Member

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    If you ever need anything don't hesitate in sending me a PM :)
     
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    Update some new musics


     

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