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The Council (Strings)

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Oct 15, 2008 | 2:46 AM EDT
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1.1 MB
1 min 13 sec
Score
4.08 / 5.00

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nintesunintesu

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Dont doubt yourself

I really like this piece and the cello is one of my favorite voices for my keyboard. Its not to hard to make a classical piece with cellos and violas but to make them work together is another story. I loved the intro but as you listen to the song it seems the Big entrance just trots away. An extended version would be great, If I might add a 3rd insturment might have sufficed, slow strings usually seems to fit most songs. Overall I enjoyed this and Its not the programs you use that makes the song great, its how much time and effort you put into something. If your really involved and dedicated you can make anything work.

9/10


Zero123Music responds:

this was made in my early days when I was checking out ma program.

It would be better if I made it nw.

But thanks alots


Dude09Dude09

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very nice, very Baroque

I love the progression you used, a little longer would be great though. This sounds like something I'd hear in a Fire Emblem game. Also, great choice to have the cello play the melody, it really sets the mood, but i think you could've extended to be sort of a duet between the cellos and the violas, but thats just my opinion. I can definately see this in a video game, it's very peaceful. Great job!


Zero123Music responds:

Well, first thankyou very much for reviewing this.
Second I would love to do everything you just said like the duet and stuff but the program I used is bust.

And I made this when I was in my early 13 and with not much experience or knowledge of music.