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It's A Sin (Orchestra Version)

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Mar 31, 2010 | 10:25 PM EDT
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7.3 MB
4 min 0 sec
3.50 / 5.00

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Rated 3.50 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

An Orchestra Version of Its a Sin By ""The Pet Shop boys"" that i created.
Also done using my own style and with my better newer methods.
thanks to a new program i have attained.
Hope you like the trumpet parts ^_^.

Includes also a none fictional none realistic Sound done in a realistic atmosphere...if that makes any sense...



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Big fan of the Pet Shop Boys. Nice choice.

I like what you were trying to do, but it's too floaty. It doesn't have the kick or the power the original one does.

I do like the sounds, though.

BowserThedestructive responds:

Yeah I didn't do very good work reverb wise back then and didn't know how to make a punchy kick, how ever now I am capable of doing so. If you want I may make a V2 edit of this which will be completely different though but eh. It will be much better then this version.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

A bit repetitive...

I'd say this is a classical song, not a new wave. But anyway, it sounds good overall. At some points it sounds a bit mechanical, like the way the trumpets cut out instead of fading out. It doesn't sound like they were supposed to do that, but more like they were suddenly muted. I dunno how to explain it really, but it just needs to sound more natural. The backgrounds were also a bit too quiet. It needs more body to it, more bass instruments like perhaps tubas, trombones, etc. Other than that, it sounds very nice. Good work.

BowserThedestructive responds:

thanks bacon my bacon says this bacon does need more and bacononto i think ill give it a wip and try to do that and ill bacon switch it to kevonbaconclassical right away.. wasnt really sure. yes the trumpets i made it to seem like they are stopped very quickly almost like very proffesional players even though this all virtual.