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May 3, 2011 | 8:12 PM EDT
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Song
2.4 MB
2 min 38 sec
Score
3.52 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.52 / 5 stars
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779 Plays | 36 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

This is a song, inspired by something that didn't really happen, and too many long hours of listening to "Requiem for a Tower" (not that this is anywhere near as good).

Comments and feedback in general are EXTREMELY appreciated, I would really like to know what I'm doing right and wrong. So please, even if you know nothing about music, say something!

Resources used: Finale Songwriter 2010

Reviews


RoukerRouker

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice work man

There isn't much to say. It's a really good music piece. So you get thumbs up from me.


Angiki responds:

Compliments are always appreciated!


YumeSinYumeSin

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Just fine!

I find this just a nice, flowing low piece.

I can't really find anything else to say but make it a bit louder, maybe add a drum or a soft guitar note.

Feels like it needs another instrument or a louder noise to come all together.

Either way, it's still good.

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Angiki responds:

Perhaps, but I wanted to keep it an orchestral piece, without guitars and such.


NekoMikaNekoMika

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Potential

This seems pretty decent for a first actually. The piano sounds a bit like a synth but that is not a real concern to me since you use a few other instruments to stay to the classical area of music too. This piece sounds nice though. Kind of makes me think of Final Fantasy One through Five since they tended to have tracks like these for most of the game except in battles.

The piano synth sounds very calming yet erratically cool. Liked the later part where it began to play the higher notes in a dramatic fashion too. The xylophone and bells were very well done too, they just add to the beat and make it sound better as well. Like the chorus you added, they just give off a good feeling of a middle age styled thing going on.

Overall, good potential for you in the future, keep it up.


Angiki responds:

Erm... As much as I appreciate the positive comments and score, I didn't add a choir, though I do know what you mean, there was that voice-like element as a byproduct of the synthesizer, and as coincidental as that was I think it does make for a nice effect. As for piano, well... I have no idea where you're getting that from, because it was a string section synth, with a timpani and celesta coming in near the end.


ChandoChando

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Sounds like potential to me

You seem to have a good grasp on how different parts of the song fit together. I enjoyed listening as you built it up. I also like your choice of instrumentation; the strings went together nicely with the bells. You also kept things interesting all the way through by not getting stuck in a rut, but still having a recurring theme to return to.
I think the biggest downside to the song is rhythm. It sounds like you have a triplety feel during most of it, but in the very beginning and towards the end you have some abrupt silences. I get that those were supposed to be big dramatic moments, but it really just made the song feel stilted. I'd suggest adding some stronger percussion to compensate. As well, I'd like to see you branch out and try a track with a lot of different sounds in it.
You have a good ear for coming up with melodies I think, as well as blending the notes together. I hope to see you improve upon this in the future.


Angiki responds:

Rhythm isn't something I considered nearly as much as I probably should have, I'll admit. As for percussion, I was rather limited in my choice; the program I have doesn't have very many percussion instruments included. Thanks for the comment, though.