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Date
02/06/2012
File Info
Song
4.3 MB
3 min 46 sec
Score
4.28 / 5.00

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Genres:
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Author Comments

Full title: Alice Gone Killed the Muffin Man

More melancholy/dark piano work by me. Honestly enjoying the ideas coming from these. More to come more than likely.

Enjoy.

Reviews


HaggardHaggard

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 8, 2012

This is a really great song. It's amazing that the only instrument you used here is a piano. Seems like there's an whole orchestra playing.

The beginning of this song seems to be strangely familiar, but I cannot say where I might have heard anything like this before.

I like how you sometimes play pretty fast notes. At first it seems as if you just hit random notes there, but in the end, everything fits very well into the song. The only thing I can really critizise here is that the deep notes are sometimes not really noticeable. I don't know if this due to mixing/recording or if you just wanted them to be so quiet. In my opinion, the "bass line" should be a bit louder.

Also, I propably would've ended the song on a bunch of high notes, but that's just a minor thought.

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Psil0 responds:

The bass was kinda meant to be underlying and brooding. More like a pulse. The intro (and ending) are both heavily influenced from the Baroque period (which is where a lot of the minor/diminished runs come from that I used) and that might be where it sounds familiar (especially if you've ever listened to anything by Bach).

All aside the review is much appreciated. I especially liked knowing that this felt whole on it's own and not needing of extra parts (aka your, "Seems like there's a whole orchestra playing).