My very first MIDI...tell me what you think of it...

Discussion in 'Original Music' started by Lord Midi, Jun 6, 2003.

  1. Lord Midi

    Lord Midi The Dane of Music

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    I've just finished my very first MIDI-sequence, and I'd be happy to get some feedback on it. Tell me what I can do better next time, or give me some advices on how to sequence better...and PLEASE DONT write things like "it's bad"...if it's bad tell me what about it that is bad and/or tell me how to get better...thanks in advance to those who gives me their thoughts...

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  2. MisterRogers

    MisterRogers New Member

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    Hmmm...

    I like it, but it would sound less messy and random if, after about 10-15 seconds, you added a deep bass part; just one or two long & extended notes.

    Not bad, not bad.
  3. mpau5

    mpau5 New Member

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    Hi Lord Midi...

    Thanks for your comment on my Midi Sequence. :)

    Your First Sequence is very good, perhaps you should try to make it longer and spread out the beats... trying to compose a melody is quite hard to do and all depends on what type of composition you want to do. You wanted to know what Sequencer I used to make my Midi, I used Jazz++ 4.0.0 and sometimes use Guitar Pro.

    Regards

    Paul
  4. BigR428

    BigR428 New Member

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    not bad at all
  5. FreakRHW

    FreakRHW New Member

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    just getting it now

    nice to see budding artists flaunting there wares :)
  6. TomGilchrist

    TomGilchrist New Member

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    i'm just pulling it off now -

    let you know when its downloaded...damned 56k :)
  7. hazem123

    hazem123 New Member

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    good work!
  8. M.O.T.E.

    M.O.T.E. New Member

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    The music is just fine, but you need controlers..controls controls
    controls Attached is a remix of this midi. Take a look at the controls. This midi should sound better. but it's up to you what you whant to do with your music.
    look in the events list of your midi seqencer. and compare the events.
    It's kind of hard to tell you about controls other than if your going to write midi, you have to use good controls!
    I hope this helps you in your quest for perfection. :)

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  9. M.O.T.E.

    M.O.T.E. New Member

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    ho I almost for got to mention that you should always write in one last note two bars away from the last note of the song and make it silent so that the midi does not sould like it was cut off.
  10. ct99z

    ct99z New Member

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    not bad at all
  11. hjf288

    hjf288 New Member

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    sounds great, Excellent for a first attempt - Keep rockin ::cool:
  12. sork

    sork New Member

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    not bad
  13. Goremata

    Goremata New Member

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    I am not a big fan of the synthetic drum. But as suggested earlier, I would add some deeper sounds and bass to the song. As a first shot it is great though, you can isolate good patterns, but I would slowly develop them more thoughout the song (not just by adding more instruments but slightly changing the actual pattern) to get rid of the repetitive feel.

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