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"I love you" String Quartet

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Sep 17, 2011 | 11:32 PM EDT
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6.1 MB
4 min 25 sec
Score
4.27 / 5.00

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Rated 4.27 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

Another oldy (about a year and a half old) but goody (opinion). Originally meant this to fall somewhere between Chorale sounding and Tchaikovsky's Romeo and Juliet. Tell me what you think!

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BristlestormBristlestorm

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice start

Had a chance to listen to your four most recent pieces, and since you seem to be looking for suggestions, first I'd say this is the best one...the melody is somewhat surprising/not predictable, and it flows nicely from one place to the next. Maybe you might think about getting more aggressive and experimental as a general approach, and see about adding more drama (e.g. deep bass passages) here and there. Or maybe Beethoven isn't your thing (he was big on the highs and lows). Anyway, a nice piece and a good start! Keep it up!


VooDooCompositions responds:

Thanks for review!


HellhoundIXHellhoundIX

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very good piece

Very nice composition, starts a bit slow but definitively gets better after the buildup, specially after 2:30. Some advice would be to amplify the volume of your audio before submitting it, right now it's way too quiet (like 0.1 dB). Also, I would fade out that last note, it's way too long and would sound better faded out in my opinion. But those are just mixing issues, I don't have much to criticize about the piece itself, I think it's great!

By the way, I'm no expert, but isn't a String Quartet supposed to be one player per string instrument? Because it sounds like you used an entire section for each. Not that it really matters, just saying


VooDooCompositions responds:

Thanks!

As for the string quartet, your right. But, if you use finale (2009) or know someone who has, then you know why I used the orchestra samples instead. The solo instrument samples sounded rancid if anything. They're much better on the newer version I have (2011), but I just recently got the program.