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Feb 28, 2010 | 3:02 PM EST
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Loop
997.2 KB
37 sec
Score
4.01 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.01 / 5 stars
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1,740 Plays | 76 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

Hello :)

Not much to say as a description: This is just a short thing I've been working on for the past day or so.
Made using Cubase, some EastWest, and a caffeine-driven all-nighter to finish it off.

Any comments are very much appreciated; hope you enjoy it.

Reviews


D3vilsheepD3vilsheep

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

So much potential.

Where did you go and why did you stop making music like this? You have talent that shouldn't be left to wither away. This small loop has more musicality than 2/3 of the entire NG classical section.



p4cp4c

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

nice bit!

i liked the hectic feel to this loop--it stays interesting i think for two main reasons: first, the meter is difficult to track. musical phrases end earlier or later than expected, always keeping the listener on his/her toes. second, it centers around the same repeated note, even though the rest of the song is moving around so much. that modal style is pretty cool. nice job with this!



AM-FrasierAM-Frasier

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice

There's a lot that happens here with this in a short amount of time. I like when a piece makes me actually think about a scene or what the composer was thinking about when they made it. It feels as though it's a part of a much bigger piece. The only negative mark that I would say is that the drums sound a bit soft in parts but it doesn't take away too much from the piece.

Great work!!!!


Animith responds:

I think I definitely turned the drums down too much at the beginning (Or maybe up too much at the end?) because I didn't want them cutting through the strings; guess I overdid it. And this is part of a bigger piece...that is yet to be written. xD Thanks for sharing your thoughts.


dummehdummeh

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Sounds great

This sounds great as a short action loop piece. Don't pay much attention to benyue1978, below. He's just sore that his music was awful (he removed it due to poor review). If you take a look at his other reviews, they're mostly marked as 'useless', too.

Watch out with your staccatos/spiccatos - at some points they suffer from the machine gun effect. The drums could do with a little less treble at points, too. Other than that, really nice and would work well.


Animith responds:

xD Thanks for the advice on benyue. A review's a review, I don't mind getting low scores as long as they point out how I can improve.

I did kinda overkill it on the staccato strings, will definitely turn them down a few notches next time. The drum sound has a pretty mid-frequency sound to it, so maybe the treble came from upping the velocity on them too much. Thanks much for taking the time to review.


JabichoJabicho

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

The melody is amazing, and the feeling it transmits is epic!, you know, there aren't any bad things one could say about it, it's just an amazing piece, at the beggining I had some difficulty with the part of the loop, but after a little time, i realized it fittes perfectly, while I imagined a scene for this piece, the loop is great, since it keeps the tension and action of the melody. Love it! it has the potential of becoming a full piece, I'd love to hear that


Animith responds:

I'm glad you liked it! I'm definitely going to make it into a full track once I have the time of day to do it right...and think of a way to keep the melody up without it sounding repetitive.
Thanks for the review, as always. :)