Some music. Whaddaya think?

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    Some music. Whaddaya think?

    Well, i made some (MIDI) music, and i'd like to know what you guys think of it.
    You can view the music here
    So, say whatever you want to say (as long as it's reasonable).
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    I tried viewing your music but I kept hearing some annoying sounds and got all fed up. What does music look like, anyway?

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    Sounds like video game music.

    Your harmonic progression needs some work. The bass line is just wondering around aimlessly. You need to incorporate cadences to delineate phrases.
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    Originally posted by joshdick
    Sounds like video game music.
    It's ment for that

    Your harmonic progression needs some work. The bass line is just wondering around aimlessly.
    Heh, yeah that's true, my bass a lot of time is more variated then the melody, but it's getting better
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    I dunno those notes sound wrong to me.
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    lost in sinister is almost nothing. There isn't anything. A couple repeated notes on drum. Very light background.
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    It was my first song ;o

    Nice sig by the way.
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