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Vampire's Lament *C-Star*

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Date
05/21/2010
File Info
Loop
2.1 MB
3 min 6 sec
Score
4.37 / 5.00

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Rated 4.37 / 5 stars
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Genres:
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Author Comments

I'll save ya'll my interpretation, cuz I don't want to taint anyone's creative juices. Thanks for listening, and let me know what ya think!

Reviews


shotgunguyyshotgunguyy

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 29, 2012

this... this is awesome! reminds me of the Terran Empire from star trek too haha



JonarificJonarific

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 23, 2010

Betrayal

Some type of dark, epic, betrayal taking place. I could write a whole story about it, but... Something along the lines of a grand reveal, the final stage, only to find that the one you've been persuing is none other than... (Character you never expected!)

I really like it. I would add more detail, but I'm no composer or anything, I'm just going to say I like it, you're great, make more like this.



Librarian1Librarian1

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 3, 2010

love classical

im never really able to find something classical that has as dark or heavy a style as this. keeps up the good work!


CreamingStar responds:

I'm glad you liked it. The piece I'm working on now is very dark and heavy. I'll send you a PM to let you know when I release it!


RockerDemonChickRockerDemonChick

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 30, 2010

Cool

I liked the piano solo in the middle and then when the violin joined in with it the beauty of the mood was effortlessly brought out.


CreamingStar responds:

Thanks! I had some fun with this one. It's pretty simple, but gets the job done.


JDCloseJDClose

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 11, 2010

I downloaded...

Perfect, the instruments seemed to shadow into each other at times. You have given me some things to think about for my own pieces. One problem though, at 1:37 it sounds like your hitting two keys right beside each other, I'm not sure, but it may be harmony, but to an average listener, it will definitely sound like a clunker. I recommend playing each song before speakers loudly and quietly, and then plug in headphones and listen to each pan. That is what I do before finalizing any of my music, and you will definitely catch any notes that sounds out of place. But alas, 10/10 my friend


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CreamingStar responds:

Thanks for the extensive review! Those dissonant notes at 1:37 are part of a dissonance, resolution pattern. I'll admit they are a little, sloppy since they're so exposed like that. I have taken your advice to listen the the songs in different ways(headphones, loud, soft) though. Still, I would hope that people would enjoy music with nice head phones or speakers, so that I don't have to worry about writing for the people listening on laptop speakers haha!