- October 14, 2018 at 7:49 pm #31054
Please check out my track Mother Earth. I had some fun making this one.I don’t know the genre, I believe it could be ethnic and chill. Let me know guys
CheersOctober 15, 2018 at 9:26 pm #31065
Turk, way super cool track — I’m thinking maybe “World Fusion” but not sure??
BarbieOctober 16, 2018 at 7:30 am #31067
Thanks for sharing, it has a cool vibe. Reminds a bit of “Enya”
I do have a question for you though. No offense, but those “triplet snare fills” don’t break up the flow of the groove to you?October 16, 2018 at 7:33 am #31069
Agree, nice track and I heard the snare fill thing also. And I think the horn stab sound could be more realistic.October 16, 2018 at 8:28 am #31072
I totally agree with BEATSLINGER regarding the triplet snare fills. It breaks up the flow. The triplet is too mechanical. Maybe try a different figure and a more organic sound.
I also agree with Michael on the horn stabs. They’re too precise and sound fake. If the notes are quantized, try to randomize and humanize a bit. Try voicing the chord with different instrument combinations, like trumpet and sax or trumpet, sax, and trombone. Also, everything else has a sort of dreamy wash but the horn stabs stick out. Try adding a cool delay and some more reverb. Just from an arranging perspective, the brass play the same chord 24 times without variation. That’s a lot. Try adding notes to the chords, passing chords and altering the rhythm.
As far as genre goes, it’s a Contemporary Instrumental/New Age /World Fusion mix, the kind of track that the might be licensed by Nat Geo or The travel Channel and for documentaries or corporate projects with global content.