This is great! Please develop it into a full track
Would you be wanting to keep it solo guitar or do you see adding some light hand percussion or other instrumentation to it?
My only criticism would be getting adding more dynamics in there to create some contrast. Tempo feels a little uneven but seems more like a rough-take, rather than a final piece.
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First off, I did see that your first submission passed. Congratulations on that!
At 0:36 I hear the bass come in and it does not carry the weight I feel it should. Needs more presence in the mix, bring it forward. Same goes for all of the percussion they are quiet, and the kick drum especially isn't coming through.
Arrangement is working for me until we get to the end. At 3:00 we get a sudden key change into something that's based on the end of Mute City's loop (0:49-0:53 in source). The key change is sudden and unprepared giving the ending an unresolved feeling. You're going to want to look into changing that up or modifying it so it doesn't feel like it's tacked-on to be an ending.
Is 1:12-1:47 based on the Top Gear theme...if so that's good interpretation, feels similar but not quite the same as the source.
The other main thing to keep in mind is balance between the parts. There were times such as 1:12-1:47 where I wasn't sure what to focus on in terms of melody. Take a look and see if you can make the melodies more of a focal point so that they are not in question as to what is the focus.
Creative start, just needs more TLC and detail work. Good job, let me know when you have updates
It also is one of my first completed large scale projects. I'm still learning music production and was trying to stay mostly faithful to the original composition while focusing more on the instrumentation and arrangement. Thanks for the feedback!