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3.79 / 5.00

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I made this for a school project: Choose a song from the 1800s and tell about it, make an own 1800-themed song or remake a song. We chose to remake "Swanlake". and since I was the guy with the stuff, I was to do that, let's see tomorrow if I disappointed them or not :P

I know there's some parts that could be worked more on, but deadline is soon and I'm tired, so I'll leave it like this until maybe later.

Comment plz!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is very nice!

Can't say I recall the original, but this sounds quite nice. I like the diversity here, even though there isn't a huge battalion of sounds. I love the pan flute, it sounds quite realistic. The organ is spectacular, I feel like you could have brought that part out a little bit more. The brass sounded great, as did the drums. I applaud your use of dynamics and tempo here, not many people notice as much with that as they should. You definitely did a nice job with this! Keep up the good work!


Nermio responds:

Thanks! The dynamics were actually one of those things that required the most time to get right. As for the songs length and choice of instruments, I had planned for a more euphoric section with lots of instruments covering the whole audio spectrum, but I had to cut it short and small because of the approaching deadline.
Still I think that most of this turned out pretty good, because I wanted a dynamic song made of crossovers between the small, quiet and more careful parts and then the big full-orchestra sections.

Glad you liked it! And thanks again!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well Done

It's pretty hard to remake such a well known song and get credit for it. Especially when you concider how many hardcore and amazing orchestras have done amazing things with this. Still, it's great training.

Pretty solid, I don't know about that choice of pan flute though. Could have probably used some more string layers. Never the less I like it. Reminds me of loom.

Nermio responds:

Thanks! Well, we discussed the project before I started and we agreed that I shouldn't use too many instrument layers and such and not to make it necessarily big, becouse we wanted to retain the melancholy feel of the original, thus use a melody line with one or two backing instruments, and then make crescendos and fortes at certain places to make it effectful...

thanks for reviewing!