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Uploaded
Nov 14, 2010 | 4:33 PM EST
File Info
Song
5.4 MB
2 min 56 sec
Score
4.18 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.18 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
707 Plays | 58 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

**PLEASE REVIEW! Criticism makes the world go 'round.

Hearing your review would be great. I put a lot of time into this piece and I want to know what you think. I'm going for that Zimmer/Williams kinda sound.

Thanks!

FL Studio 9
Edirol Orchestra

Reviews


nuke505nuke505

Rated 4 / 5 stars

hrm

not bad, but i think it is way too bright for a hans zimmer song, if you notice, most of his work is dark and very powerful. i feel that it is slightly lacking. maybe more cello would help.



LightningpichuLightningpichu

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Beautiful

Nice into, but I feel like that crescendo could have been more spread out, it got really loud too quick, and thats not always a bad thing but I didn't like it in this situation. All of the instruments are blending beautifully. But that first solo, i think it was an oboe, felt a little out of place. I love the fact you paused before taking it to the next section, and it sounds great, but I almost thought I was listening to another song for a second, the transition wasnt terrible but not ideal either. Beautiful solo, lots of room for expression, and I love that. Nice suspended chords, it sounds great. Again another well written solo, lots of room for expression. I like how it's starting to build back up, but then I become dissapointed with the ending. You've got this huge melody line going, you're introducing a few new instruments and then abruptly it gets cut off. The chimes in the end are nice, but I would love to hear a more developed ending.


Plasmatic responds:

Very helpful, thanks for taking the time to write a review. It does kind of jump all over the place. I like the middle sections of the different themes but I'm still learning how to end my pieces.