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Date
02/12/2011
File Info
Song
6 MB
2 min 39 sec
Score
4.00 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

Anyways, this is a stereo-typical sad song I composed for my music class. Enjoy.

Ratings and reviews are appreciated. Only constructive criticism please. I'll return the favor :).

Edit: Now remastered :D.

Reviews


TreysenTreysen

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 12, 2011

I like how you didn't 5 it yourself lol

If your the one in the music class you should be giving me criticism, but I will try and help you as much as I can :) lol.

at :51 and :58 in the piano I heard a few notes that just didn't fit very well... Like it fell out of key.

1:50 was probably my favorite part :) It just flowed very nice right there.

over all I liked what I heard, but it was missing some drive, like some beat to it. Even a shaker or some type of background to keep the beat and what not, though for this genre that might kill it, so you may disregard this lol.

There was a lack of lower end bass, which could be done with a cello or some type of string instrument to compliment the higher end violin, that usually sounds great, and if it's volume is compressed a lot it will sound ambient and fill in the spectrum very nicely :) I think XD

Really enjoyed it!


HotSax responds:

Yeah, I know. I was dying to add some more instruments to it, but we were only allowed to use two as a restriction.

At :51 it was probably because I used a ii-diminished chord to add some variety to the chord progression. At :58 I switch from a minor* 5th to a diminished 7 chord (I sharped the 7th inbetween the chords) to add some suspense to it, in an attempt keep people drawn into the music.

Thanks a lot for the review :), I'll keep all that in mind and possibly make a few touch-ups before it's played live.

Nice avatar btw.