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Date
02/06/2010
File Info
Song
4.5 MB
1 min 59 sec
Score
4.03 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Just a quick little piece I composed using a rhythm based strings pattern. Hope you enjoy this.

Cubase 5.1.1
EWQL Symphonic Orchestra

And that's all there is to it.

Please rate, review and enjoy!

Reviews


SawdustSawdust

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 11, 2011

It's so pro.

Very fine job you've done here, I'm sure that you have plenty of these types of pieces, and they're all professional level in terms of quality. But what I like about this one is how you did so much basing off of that pattern, it's so intricate and lively and would fit perfectly in like Mulan or something. Well done!



MrFijiWijiMrFijiWiji

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 6, 2010

amazing

you watch that new show that just came the other week called the human target? this sounds that the theme from the intro.... very awesome.... i would have used different bells... bells with more texture.... great job with the french horn and trumpet......this track is so awesome ive added it to more favorites



RHYGENIXRHYGENIX

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 6, 2010

EPIC!

For an Egyptian or Cowbow themed movie!


TheNossinator responds:

Thanks for your review. I'm assuming 'cowbow' = cowboy, haha.


aliaspharowaliaspharow

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 6, 2010

Soundtrack maybe?

Song really sounds like a soundtrack song for an exploration montage in the renaissance! or maybe thats just me... anyhow i think its quiet good but that in some places it is lacking in instruments. For example, in many areas louder drums would be better ( i Kinda had a type of percussion in mind but i can't remember what its called), Flutes would be also really awesome and you should look for longer bell samples.

-Very nice use of the trumpets and such. i liked the main melody also! (Especially the fact that its all ways changing)
-Major need for a filler at 1 minute sharp. ( a crescendo would be nice. with some drums and shit)
-way to sudden at 1:20! may need something to space it out.
-Clock tower bells would be really cool for the ending, because there is something missing at the end. (seriously it sounds like you muted something by accident)

Still nice! gave it a 5 (i mostly do that to everyone to slightly counter balance all the 0-bombing going on. As a fellow show off artist xP, it really pisses me off when it happens to me.) but i still think it deserves it. Nice try but you would be better off making something longer!

-Peace out


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TheNossinator responds:

Thanks for your review.

In regards to the suddenness of 1:20, I did try putting certain things in there, but it honestly ended up working better without the other frills.

And the bell samples are plenty long and plenty loud, I just brought the velocity waaay down so as to not overpower the rest of the group.

And the ending...maybe I could put a really quiet bell there... I think the reason you hear it as more quiet is because the note before the last has both C and G, whereas the last not is only F's. Perhaps that's why you perceive it as quieter or "missing something".

I do often try for length, but I don't like jamming in too many ideas into one track.

And thanks for countering the zero-bombing.

Thanks for your thought provoking review, it's nice to get something other than "I love it, 10". It's much appreciated.