The melody and synths are not that great nor interesting. I mean you are 14 years old so you should just keep producing, listen to all kinds of music and you will get there eventually.
Hi Dj.Oblivion, some elements here that work, some that come off a little disconnected. But not bad for 14 at all, so well done mate.
Some things to have a look at. At the beginning, when you are establishing the scene of the song, you start you drum beat, but it only lasts for 4 bars, then completely disappears. In my opinion, you have built up you track yet, so it is way too early to think about drops. Let the beat run for a bit so the listener can get used to it.
When you do eventually take out the beat, make it more obvious that the change is going to come - something like raising the energy of the track, a signature melody that is different from your main melody, a drum fill, drum roll or cymbal crash, any of these things can work to engage the listener. You do it very well to bring in the wobble.
Similarly, when you make the transition from wobbly bassline to the more hard hitting trance beat, again, the four beats or so before the drop, indiciate to the listener that you are going to change, and build the anticipation.
The dubstep bassline is good, hard hitting and in your face, exactly how it should be. Keep working on them and it will come.
Please drop some feed on my first vid 'Born on the Moon'
Born on the Moon - Kamau Lyon *F4F*
okay i will...and thank you so much
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