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- 2 min 21 sec
- 4.29 / 5.00
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This is my first song containing a saxophone (soundfont), and it's a bit rough in some places, I might touch up on it a bit, but for now, this is how it is. Comments, criticism? All welcomed.
The song represents the aftermath of a nuclear fallout. I don't know why, but somehow, there are a few musicians alive, a pianist, a few saxophonists, and a violin section, and they've got the rest of their lives to regret the mistakes they've made. It's kind of how humankind tend to rush decisions involving the harm of other human beings, which they later come to regret, and there's going to be a time when they go too far, and they'll sorely miss the rich wonderful lives they once had.
All votes and reviews are appreciated, and encouraged. Thanks for taking the time to listen. I'd like to think this is one of my first songs that managed to really capture feeling, even if it is rather simple.