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Start the year with this song.
Feel the adventure and enjoy.
Song is good...
Did you used MAGIX Music Maker??
Yes, at those times I was beginning on making music, and that was the first music program I learnt to use. Then, I wanted to share what I've made.
Warlike and bold, but is it really even classical?
It seems almost pop to me... so many electronic and synth elements. Doesn't really fit in classical... classical doesn't mean you use classical instruments, it means your song fits within the guidelines of medieval, renaissance, baroque, romantic, or contemporary classical... which this doesn't really.
That matter set aside, I like the piece. I would probably call it something more about a battle.
Some of the parts need better transitions, meanwhile some of the melodies, from a Romantic era prospective, seems completely irrelevant to the theme. The instrumentation all in all is fairly good. Some more mastering might be nice, the chorus could be spread a bit more, the drums could be quieted at parts a bit.
The ending at 2:25 seems to be the most irksome transition. Consider using cymbal and bass drum rolls more.
At the beginning, I would have liked to hear the bell continue on. The celesta/chimes seem out of place with the mood being presented. Also the electric bass and synth stuff around 0:50 is distracting. Classical is a pretty well outlined genre... you can have that stuff, but it has to agree with the piece.
The piano part in the 1:45 area with the chorus is beautiful, perhaps my favorite part.
I like it, but it just doesn't agree with my sense of classical... perhaps it's just me though.
Keep composing, good job!
This is very well done! Fantastic sound! However, this piece does not sound much like Medieval music to me. When I listen to this, I don't really think of a Medieval festival. You haven't really used any traditional instruments in this piece. If you're looking for a more Medieval sound, I would switch the piano, xylophone or glockenspiel for traditional instruments. (That's if you want to get a better Medieval sounding song.) Wonderful piece you have here! I cannot wait to hear your future work!
Very nice, but I think this belongs more in "classical" than "ambient". Keep it up!
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