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I Am Sorry I Am Slipping

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Date
03/02/2008
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Song
2.7 MB
1 min 56 sec
Score
4.20 / 5.00

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Author Comments

I do get ever so sorrowful on these Sunday nights, when I feel I should be doing something productive. Something to do better by myself.

But instead, I make my music. So here's a whiny little tune I threw together for my own gratification (more or less). It's a little quiet, but it's definaiely a song of some sort. So that's good.

Not the best, but it's better than some other shit I've yet to submit.

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Glitch1507Glitch1507

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fantastic.

I thoroughly enjoyed this. It's simple, yet beautiful. Perhaps it was meant to be whiny but it doesn't come off as such, at least not to me. I suppose it can mean various things to various people. And that's probably also what makes it beautiful.
You should have more confidence in this little piece, it really is quite extraordinary. =)


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MesmayMesmay

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well I liked it

So much so I felt compelled to animate to it.

Im not a musician, nowhere near, yet at the same time I believe this track creates such emotion that its a real inspiration, even if it was supposed to be "whiny".

Really nice.


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Kaninchen10Kaninchen10

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I agree with the writer below me.

This piece is quite simple, but as all music does, it expresses emotions that words cannot. And you, I believe, have said so much with this exceptional work.



ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Probably your best

As it had "sorry" in its name I thought it was going to be something pretty depressing. It actually turned out to be one of the most light hearted songs I have heard in a long time. It doesn't make you feel sad or anything, it just makes you feel good. I imagine you could play this in the room of a sleeping infant to help it be at peace with itself. It seemed like this was mostly done with the piano. I used to play it, so I would be familiar with it.

Do not be so hard on yourself because you simply want to submit what you enjoyed working on. It certainly paid off as the ratings are fairly high. I love the little notes that dwindle on contributing to its soft appearance. It seems as though you are saying that you are slipping off to sleep. If that's what makes this great music, then by all means, do it!



shizeetshizeet

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Sounds about right

I like the mood in this piece - it has a sort of nostalgic feel, a desire for slower and simpler times. That said, I think the celesta or whatever bell like instrument needs to be changed - it's a bit too bright and ringy for the mood of the piece, and just a bit grating on the ears. You can probably even do without it altogether and still have a solid piece.

Good job on this though.


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DeusExMagna responds:

In retrospect, the bell section is superfluous at best, altogether detrimental to the piece at worst, so it's out. You have quite the ear-- those are precisely the feelings I was going for, the ones which wash over me so often. A tad dramatic, but any other phrasing would not quite cut it. Whatever it is.

Anyway, thanks for the critique, and your sympathy. I'm changing it up in a bit so I can finally be pleased with it.