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Date
04/09/2008
File Info
Song
3.7 MB
4 min 2 sec
Score
3.98 / 5.00

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Author Comments

So it Begins...

The first tests have begun with my new software. This was so worth maxing my visa :D.

I think it's high time I stepped away from vocals for the next while and found my roots again.

So here it is, oh yes... here it is my friends.

Fun Facts:

- There are 16 different tracks on this song. Featuring 13 different instruments.
- That haunting instrument you hear half way through, is called a Duduk.
- The total time it took me to write this was about 6 hours. Spanning over 6 days.
- Every instrument is played in Real-Time using my piano keyboard.
- I danced around my room naked with my paintball gun to this music... and you should too!
- 10 Cans of Pepsi were consumed during the making of piece.
- My dog does not like this song... and neither does anyone else when I blast it in my room.
- I always try to post new songs on Wednesdays.
- A piano can be found in every single one of my songs... somewhere. This will never change.

Reviews


ArbyArby

Rated 5 / 5 stars

engage ludicrous speed!

=O The best way to describe this song is "full". I've never in my life heard a song that's filled up so much "musical space" without slitting it's wrists in terms of quality. All the sounds were very full and even on the crappy speakers that I'm using right now, I got good sound out.

The song was tense to no end =) In the loud sections, you could feel it just hanging on the edge when it would have simply been too much and thus, annoying. It makes for an excellent effect, mind you.

You seriously have to make movie scores or something =P Movie directors would love your music.


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hypermatrix000hypermatrix000

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great!

Well that's really a great use of your new elements! I especially love the part starting from 2:20 or so. Sorry I could only dance with clothes on with a fruit knife... for my roommates' good... lol
Once again, great work! Look forward to the next one! :D


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axci1234fireaxci1234fire

Rated 5 / 5 stars

God....

This is one of your best works yet.....
i love the subtle crescendo, the strange Duduk, and the ups and downs of the music...
5/5 and 10/10 Masterfully done!


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MilkMan-Dan responds:

Best piece yet?... hmm, maybe... just maybe. We'll have to see how everyone else likes it. But I'm glad you enjoyed it, thats a good start.

Thanks for the review and the vote :).


toucanman16toucanman16

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

my speakers :{

i think they blew out...
i was gonna say, perhaps it shouldn't be so loud, but then i realized i had complete control of the volume...

i think i missed the Duduk, kinda unhappy about that too.
interesting tester piece, not ur usual style, but somewhat refreshing
good luck and enjoy your new program(which it seems u r well on ur way with already)


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MilkMan-Dan responds:

haha... yes turn down your volume, I've tested this piece on a number of speakers and the levels seem to work out fine. The duduk comes in around 1:40 and carries on through the soft part of the song. Believe it or not this piece is actually more my style than you'd think, everything else I've written of late has been more experimental... this came more naturally than those pieces.

Thanks for the review mate.


ChampIDCChampIDC

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great as always

I'm glad the new software is working out for you. It really shows in the quality of this piece. I absolutely love the variety of instruments. I envy your talent, my friend.


MilkMan-Dan responds:

Wait till I get my bagpipes going.

Thanks for the review mate.