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Uploaded
Feb 3, 2008 | 4:03 PM EST
File Info
Song
4 MB
2 min 32 sec
Score
3.37 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.37 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
501 Plays | 86 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

This is a song based on a melody that was stuck in my head, which I later worked out on the guitar, then later penned on Fruity Loops.

I feel it is a bit redundant, but I'll let you all be the judges.

Reviews


PROTAGONIST12PROTAGONIST12

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

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dejota responds:

thanks?


Suspended-3rd-ChordSuspended-3rd-Chord

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

O:O

this is a weird but decent piece. I really enjoy the melodical style in this one, lots of interesting dissonant sections and an overall spooky composition. Piano chords are arranged in a unique and unpredictable manner, to work quite well with the pad. I like the synth you used here, sounds like a mix between a vox and some type of whistle/bell thingy, and it has a nice wobbly LFO (if thats what it is). The piano is pretty dark too, which compliments the general theme.

I do feel that it is overly redunant as well, and also somewhat empty, like its one long intro. You pretty much use the same basic rhythmical structure throghout on both instruments, which will make your track sound repetive over two and a half minutes, especially when you don't progessively add new instruments and sounds throghout the track. So maybe try to break the pattern a bit by throwing in a sharp, lead instruments that varies quite a bit in rhythm. And maybe put some thicker chords on the piano, and add some high note riffs, whihc would add to the creepy imagery. That should probably break the redundancy a little :P And maybe an instrument or synth with loads of reverb and some delay would sound scary as hell too. Also, the track ends abruptly, try gradually increasing the note velocities on the piano to make a more epic finish, and then maybe end on a big, extended dissonant chord, and lower the ending pad note to make the sound resolve more.

Cool stuff here, keep on it!


dejota responds:

That was a thoughtful review. You made several suggestions, and I will keep your comments in mind when I improve this piece.