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Date
11/27/2011
File Info
Song
4.8 MB
2 min 6 sec
Score
4.29 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Life's too short, even if it can feel tedious at times.

This is the first tune I've actually played myself! So if you think some parts are a little out of sync, that might be the cause. ;)

I really hope you'll enjoy this brand new track, and please be so kind to rate, or leave a comment! :)

Reviews


XsakuXXsakuX

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 6, 2011

Really Beautiful

This composition is really amazing man! :D

I love how pure, clean, and beautiful all of your samples sound O:. The melodies in this sound really professional, and great up until about 1:22... I really started to hear a lack of quality in the strings and horn instruments, but then right before the end of the song... piano comes back in, and sounds great.

Overall I really like this song, and love the quality in certain areas... I would however have liked to hear a cleaner transition into the upbeat part of the melody, and some better samples to complement the beginning/ end of this song.

~Sonik

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CoopCoop

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 6, 2011

Very pleasing

A lovely piece on the piano, complimented beautifully by the backing instrumentations of the orchestra. Did you use the full selection of the orchestra, or just a few choice instruments? A full orchestra would sound much better, if you could arrange that, despite it being a very laborious task, if this is worked or mastered on a computer.

Certainly something that I could see used as an opening for a "sword and sandals" piece, be it cartoon, game, or even real life film. What I'd suggest that you do is develop it for another minute or two, especially as it is classical, which can usually stretch to 6 or seven minutes, possibly even longer.

Given that the buildup sounds quite epic, I'd be tempted to have something a little more mellow, just to temper the piece, before coming back with another salvo, which could knock people's socks off.

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PeterSateraPeterSatera

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 28, 2011

Beautifully Dynamic

I love the way this track is. And actually feel like it lasts longer than two minutes. It's very varied and it's orchestration sounds original throughout. The piano is a little treat too which feels to be the main instrument and it makes things sound that bit more spectacular.

I really like it, it's playful, clean and relaxing. Keep it up Tomppaah!



ThisIsAnEmergencyThisIsAnEmergency

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 27, 2011

Beautiful

I loved absolutely everything about this! Especially the piano and many different melodies you tried to throw in there. You "out of sync" does show up at some parts, but that makes it so much more real and so live. This is just a really beautiful masterpiece you've crafted here, and I definitely have to give you some props for this.

The only thing I can say about this, is to truly turn it into a masterpiece of pure perfection would make it longer and add more scenes it. Add more scores to it and more epic moments. Possibly consider adding some sort of Classical percussion to a certain part to make it more epic and wonderful. Such as, some sort of loud Toms or Gong sounds to it.

I wish I could give you more critique on it, but unfortunately for you..
I found this to be just beautiful and nearly perfect as it is.

-Emergency
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