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The Rocket Jump Waltz

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Date
02/06/2009
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614.4 KB
40 sec
Score
4.45 / 5.00

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Author Comments

This one was a lot of fun to perform on my piano.
It's pretty simple, and short too, but I didn't want
to go to far away from the original, as I love this one.

Going back to TF2!
Enjoy.

Original composer: Valve
Original song: Rocket Jump Waltz

Reviews


DaMuXDaMuX

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 13, 2009

Great cover :D

The piano was almost perfectly real.
You should try using more reverb and make the volume of the notes lower and higher so it sounds like a real piano.
Also try to fill up the end a little more by using a last little comp so it doesn't stop directly.
You might not have understood what I've been trying to say, but atleast you could try to.

P.S. could you try making the main TF2 themesong?
Thanks anyways!
Great song!

~{MuX}~


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Shirase responds:

Hmm... from the reviews I read, I should really try to do a newer version!

When I played this, it was still on my old keyboard, it didn't care about how hard I hit the keys!
But you're also talking about some more reverb... (gonna need to buy a pedal, haha).

As for your request, I'll have to ask my friend, she has the ears, and I have the hands. By the main theme, you do talk about the theme we hear in the trailers, right?

Allright, thanks a lot for your review. I'll see what I can do.


JKMonkeyJKMonkey

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 13, 2009

Great piano

Good job here man, really liked listening to this one. Though I must say that I really loved the piano here, it was very soft and well played, really made the song interesting to listen to, good job with that. The melody here was good as well, very soft and catchy, exactly how a melody to a Waltz should sound. The only hangup I had about this one would be that it was to short, I just would have liked some more length to the song to enjoy it more. Anyway you still did a great job, 5/5 from me, can't wait to hear more! :D


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Shirase responds:

Hello.

I see you like my piano sample!
Soon I'll get a new digital piano, I wonder how it'll sound, maybe I'll think about doing a new version of this cover, a bit longer, haha!

Thanks a lot for your kind words.


JacobdnJacobdn

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 12, 2009

well... you still get a 10/10 and a 5/5

you did a superb job even though i dont like this u still get a ten for improving upon this piece while i dont like it im sure alot of other ppl do and i respect that also i see you get back to ur reviewers and i also respect that because it shows u care about what we have to say, more than just are ratting keep getting better improve brush off the negative reviews and keep doing what you love.


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Shirase responds:

I didn't expect you to give me a 10/10 if you don't really like the original piece.
It says a lot of good things about, you respect others work.

Every single review/critic will help me, that's why I care so much about it.
What people have to say is interesting.

So I'll just thank you for your words.
Come back anytime!


physicsman09physicsman09

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 12, 2009

Awesome

Do the spy's theme song too.


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Shirase responds:

Wait... there are 2 Spy themes, in "Meet the Spy", right?


ZefyZefy

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 11, 2009

Rgg.

Make me pull up Google to find out just what TF2 was. Grr. But, I said I'd rate all of the thirty, so it's worth it.

As noted, the song is short and simple, as you wanted to keep it, so I cannot give my opinion based on those critical factors.

After checking out the original, I see that it is also short. Yours is actually longer than original by about four seconds.

The song is catchy. The choice of song is good.

You didn't give me much to work with. Nonetheless, I think you actually IMPROVED upon the original.

You get an eight. You did good, because that's the best I'll give a song like this, short, simple, and such.


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Shirase responds:

Oh my.
That's what I love, constructive critic.

I'm glad you even bothered looking for the game and the original song on Google.
It means a lot.

It's true, originality isn't the key here, well, eh, I'm just a performer.

What you say there... "IMPROVED upon the original." well... I don't know what to tell you. Thanks, thanks a lot.