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Nov 16, 2010 | 2:18 PM EST
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4 MB
1 min 44 sec
4.22 / 5.00

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Rated 4.22 / 5 stars
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Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is actually surprisingly good for a Classical piece, 15/15 for this man, Brilliant. Keep up the brilliant work!

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

good job on the classical waltz..

i may be late on posting but i only get a chance to check so many tracks a day. tell ya the truth my job kinda allows it. you see i work in a music studio and my boss likes hearing good quility music, if i play something he likes (like this)
he comes out and listens. if you make some house jazz im sure youll get his attention. this track is defiantly classical waltz though. good job. unfortunately i cant give you 8 stars to quality of the piece

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


very nice, some how or rather you maneged to make a good piece of clasical music ,in such a way that it kept my attention till the end:)
enjoyed listning.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great, for one of your first attempts!

Like in your last submission, this track is a strong reminder of classic Video Game tunes, except this time it's very similar to an RPG of some sort. The atmosphere is awesome, and the general feel of the track is that of adventure. It's impressive for one of your first attempts.

Starting with the melodies, they were all catchy and memorable. My favourite melody would without doubt be the one at 0:38. The repeat of it at 1:11 in a different key was a genius idea and the transition to it was epic. Speaking of that, the transitions were all nicely done and smooth. The song was well structured and every section was enjoyable. I particularly liked the staccato strings in the background. Not only did they provide a decent background to compliment the track, but they had a very RPG-like feel to them, which would make any listener feel a sense of nostalgia. Additionally, the choirs were a nice touch. As a recap, the atmosphere, melodies, transitions, instruments and the general feel was sublime.

Unfortunately, assuming this is because this isn't your primary genre, I'm not going to lie; it's not as impressive as your other submissions so far. The intro sounds very artificial (probably due to the lack of different note velocities and the same length for every note [except, naturally, the trill towards the end of the intro]). I think you should give this a calmer intro, and then slowly build up to the RPG feel you've got going, provided that looping this isn't absolutely necessary. Lastly, the percussion is lacking. Sure, the gongs were well placed, but the only percussion I can hear are some gongs, a repetitive and bland tambourine every half-bar and a few gongs, and some congas/bongoes which are too drowned out in the mix to compliment the track at all. Sorry, but I think the percussion here sounded extra, rather than something that compliments the song, which was also quite short too...

Overall, considering you're new to the genre, this is a great track. I'm probably being way too harsh by giving you an 8.5/10, but to be honest I don't think this matches up to some other classical submissions. That being said, there's no doubt that this is a really enjoyable track, and I'm sure that making classical a little more will prove to be very fruitful. And heck, at least you had the balls to try something new :P.

-Review Request Club-

Note: This is your Round 3 review of the NGADM competition.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

NGADM Round 3

Epic in its true sense. Now this is a good song. Its got a lot of potential, a lot to build on. There's good instruments, always of high quality, decent drums and a pretty original track throughout. However, it shows that you're not as experienced in classical as you are in your normal genres. The depth of instrumentation is slightly lacking, with not enough instruments providing the background layer of music for the piece. For this kind of music, a deep bass line and some chords would always work fine, as they make the song deeper, as well as adding to the atmosphere. As for melodies, i can honestly find nothing wrong with them, even if they repeated a bit too much for my tastes. Transitions in general are epicly awesome, as usual, and they never stopped the flow of the song whatsoever. Overall, great song, some minor faults, keep up the good work!

Intro = 2/2
Outro = 1.5/2
Blend = 1/2
Transitions = 3/3
Bass = 1/2
Originality = 2.5/3
Drums = 1.5/2
Melodies = 3.5/4
Score = 16/20 = 8/10

Note: You guys know why i'm doing this...


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