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{SFS} Orcestral Attempt 5

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Date
03/02/2010
File Info
Song
2.4 MB
1 min 2 sec
Score
3.54 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Made on Linux MultiMedia Studio 0.4.6

-Be Aware: This is a work in progress.-

Another try at making orcestral music... I was sitting at the piano playing along (even though I technically don't know how to play it) and the main theme just came out. I quickly managed to remember the notes and then wrote the thing on LMMS. I think this is Audio Portal level work, or atleast, worthy to be used as inspiration. If you want to use the theme or any part of the song, feel free, just credit me as inspiration.

I am aware the instrumentation is not very good... the violin has some issues at parts, but it's all I have right now that fit the task at hand.

Goals of this piece:
-Stuccatto notes
-Evolving old chords from previous songs
-Syncronizing drums, bells, and strings
-Learning the uses of bells and other precussion
-Using brass as a counter-melody part

Reviews


Tjmoe44Tjmoe44

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 2, 2010

LOL

ITS GOOD FOR ORCHESTRA BUT TOO REPEATIVE


samulis responds:

Thanks. I know it's pretty repetitive... A large amount of orcestral and classical music have lots of repetitive parts. The part repeated is your theme, and the parts that go along with it are the melodies and counter-melodies. In Late Romance (Brahms, Bruckner, etc.), I usually hear the theme at least three times scattered throughout the piece and the melodies at least twice.