i've made a remix of the song "Reconstructing more Science" from the Portal 2 game and require some feedback. I've submitted the first version of the song but it did not make it to the judges panel. This actually is not a bad thing because i've got some very good feedback and worked a few days on the song to improve it. Here are some problems listed in the feedback email i worked on after getting feedback:
Now i need to know if any of those problems still are present in the current version of the song or if anything else might be a problem.
I thank everybody who is giving constructive feedback <3
So i got a very good evaluation after i marked the post as "ready for review" and continued working on the song after i got the feedback. After almost two weeks i've finished working on version 7 and are ready for more feedback.
New problems mentioned by Rozovian i am/was working on:
First version of the song:
Second version of the song:
Third version of the song:
Fourth version of the song:
With version 4 i've tried to solve the overcompression problem.
Fifth version of the song:
I've increased the volume by 3 dB.
Fifth version of the song [short]:
I've shortened the song so the length fits the content.
Sixth version of the song:
(Made the reverb less intensive from 2:00 to 2:15 and lowered the volume of the piano from 2:56 to 3:28 (because i wanted the piano to be in the background in this part).
Current version of the song that requires feedback (v7):
(Tried to fix the problems Rozovian mentioned like the mixing problem,the transitions and the drums. I've changed the piano and need feedback which piano is better. And yes, i was ending on the wrong note and i did not realise it until mentioned. I hope that there is not any overcompression anymore.)
(When listening to the song keep in mind that it is meant to become more chaotic the longer you listen to it (especially at the end)
Title of original song: Reconstructing More Science
Link to original soundtrack: http://www.thinkwithportals.com/music.php (Reconstructing More Science found in Volume 2)