I’m back this week after work and monotony and being an adult made me wanna swing a sledge hammer into each building I have to visit every day. $$$ DOLLARYDOOS $$$
@AzureOnyx I remember you from the Auxy Tournament. You had a real energetic consistent style that I liked back then in your entries. Still like it now. I can tell you’re always looking for a way to elevate your tracks. To make 'em exciting. My instinct is you’re the kinda guy that makes stuff that you wanna listen to.
Faves and that Stuff that Drew My Attention:
Preview Ni From Trance to Melodic Piana to Electronic. Forkin’ noice. Nice to see you went and did something with one of your entries! (Looks wistfully at dusty project files)
The Revolt had this nice kinda epicness under it, but I wonder if it would have as much impact as the beginning of the song if you dialed it back in parts. I’m guilty of burying my melodies/tunes too. Did you happen to work off your Semi-final entry to The Revolt?
Our Blue Snowflakes MAAAAN. I love this emotive sountracky shizzle mixed with BEATS. I think if you have the premium subscription and the willpower – it might be worth revisiting the percussion on this one. While the beat itself is good, I think the sounds themselves could be better. Other than that, there isn’t anything not to like. In between your fun energetic stuff, please make more music for the fairies!
Challenge 2 is your most memorable entry for the Auxy tournament imo. It’s just big straight away, and lots of energy. Good rise.
Azure’s Challenge [Alyen] Awh man, I just love this. I think this is a good example of the experimentation and variations you should have in your songs to keep them super interesting. It was emotive. It was silly. IT USED MA BOI FREAK (I think it was Freak?). It was a blast to listen to. Ended too soon for me. When you keep it interesting the time really just flies by!
Retrowave Real nice. A strong, fun track with hints of epicness and emotion. Another one I feel you were limited by the drum samples, though. I reckon this could go from a 7 to a 10 fi you ever decided to revisit.
Enemy of Mine The synthy electric guitar thing it had going on reminded me a little of Justice. I appreciate it in a work. Love the chorus (?). It’s simple, nice, and I want to listen to it again. I would be happy if you revisited this style.
In summary, good stuff. Keep on making it.