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May 18, 2011 | 3:04 AM EDT
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7.2 MB
3 min 8 sec
4.44 / 5.00

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This is an orchestral arrangement of 'Sweet Cereal with Milk' by ShinsukeIto. [ m/audio/listen/412473]

(I called it 'orchestral' and placed it in miscellaneous because I fail at identifying music styles.)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

THIS IS AMAZING. I just can't explain how cheerful this is for me. Could i use this as a intro PLEASE


Rated 5 / 5 stars


A well-thought and executed piece. BRAVO! 10/10, 5/5


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good Effort

(This review is merely my opinion and in any case I hope not to offend. I do not claim to have a better opinion than anyone else)
There is something innocently imp-ish about the arrangement. Something that I would expect to hear in a hidden level in Heroes III or something.

There is something missing though...

I think that when you enter the spiccato part around 1:28 it distorts to much in the low frequency interplay. I'm sure that if you were to transpose the upper half of the chord (I reckon these, that I mention, are two notes played simultaneously by the cello-thingy) to about the seventh transpose. This is similar to the universally known C and G gap (I sincerely hope you're using a piano or a piano-ish midi controller to record these things in the hope you understand).

Another thing. Have you tried putting a slight, slight reverb on the drums? This might help overcome their dryness.

One thought of curiousity: What are you using to create this piece? I would like to know.

-Fanopeion :)

Lugiaa responds:

Thanks for the review! It's always good to have other's opinions.

There are two double basses playing at the same time at the part starting 1:28. I could try to move the lower part of it up (not good with technical terms :( ) and see if it sounded any better.

I usually don't think about adding any reverb or special effects, I actually take them off the instruments because when selecting them, they come default.

I use Mixcraft 4 to create all my pieces. It has a piano roll midi controller. (I also have some really old casio keyboard and a roland cakewalk usb cable, but I gave up, 'cause I found there was a slight delay.)