A slight fever with no long-term side effects upon you?
Seriously, it's Shakespeare. It's fine here.
This is certainly music, and even if you have a hard time believing that it is music, it is music at least by definition. Stuff like this has consistently pushing the boundaries of what is considered to be music.
More on topic, if you wanted to make Pon De Fior more challenging, I'd suggest making the difficultly a little bit more consistent. For example, Pon De Fior isn't too challenging until the latter part of the song. To make it harder, I'd suggest putting those "crazy parts" all over the place rather than just towards the end.
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Since sigs are taking DLC requests:
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Protest the Hero
I don't understand what the argument is all about. This isn't music. It's noise. By some definitions, noise is music. You know, like the music of nature, birds chirping, or the gentle hum of traffic. Different people find different things musical.
I don't know how to make traditional music. I just like to organize sounds in such a way that is therapeutic to me. I've always enjoyed playing my songs in games like Beat Hazard, and Audiosurf. I'm well aware that people generally hate 'noise' or don't understand it, and I don't really care. I thought it would be fun to have in Rock Band.
There's not some deeper meaning. It's noise. Some people like the assault on their senses. I like exploring different forms of sound, and creating noise with as many kinds of instrumentation I can get my hands on so I can create as many kinds of unique experiences as I can. I'm not into rhythm, I'm not into beats, harmonies, appropriate chord progression, or any respect to modern Western music theory. I just do my own thing, and you can either like it or not. I'm not looking for your opinions, I'm looking for ideas.
Although some of your opinions were kind of humorous to read:
Maybe you should put down the guitar and learn how to read. I said it was non-music in the OP. All of the press releases call it noise. The only people who call it music are the people who bought the song and are defending people calling it 'noise' because I guess they think 'noise' is an insult. It's not an insult, this IS noise. I made it exactly the way I wanted to make it. Had you read, you'd know I wasn't asking for suggestions in current songs. I was asking for conceptual suggestions, instrumentation choices, and general new ideas.
Why the hell would I be asking for suggestions on how to make the songs on a ROCK band forum? That is just too funny!
So please, don't buy my song, I would feel bad. Save your hard-earned dollars for something safer, something you feel more comfortable with. That's what RBN is all about.
Frontman and Onlyman of SNMT.
Are you familiar with the ideas behind the Dada movement from the early 1900s? People so disillusioned with the arts that they they started doing anti-art. No structure, no rhyme, no reason. And also John Cage's idea of indeterminacy in music? It's a very hands-off approach to music, left to chance.
Nobody said anything about talent. I use the above ideas when doing what I do. It's not that I'm trying to be different, I'm just trying to express myself by not expressing myself.
Frontman and Onlyman of SNMT.
Well, you're not lacking for confidence, that's for damn sure. Good on you for being personally fulfilled by this...noise... Hopefully you're not ultimately seeking anything more than personal fulfillment, because this has absolutely zero chance of ever being profitable. FlyGuy's argument made perfect sense - this is what it is, but a song for the RBN? A bit of a stretch.