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Strings4Breakfast (onBuzz)

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Uploaded
Apr 18, 2006 | 11:49 AM EDT
File Info
Song
2.4 MB
2 min 58 sec
Score
3.00 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.00 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
520 Plays | 172 Downloads
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Author Comments

This one took a lot of work... but it could've used a lot more

Reviews


pinksleighriderpinksleighrider

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pingu lives

again, wonderful piece of music.

If you evey watched pingu it reminds me soooooo much of that programme.

you should produce music for kids programmes and be really subversive, get thenext generation of kids to be electro junkies.The parents would love it, on the come down from the night before lol theyd be like wtf????

Its sooo dfferent i cant even place it in a genre.

bloody ace

fifen.


attemptedperfection responds:

Genre-bending is what I do best!
I don't know about kid's music, though...
but you may be on to something there...
Thanks for the review!


WinTangWinTang

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I dig. Again.

I've listened to the original version a few times, and all that really does is give a general idea of the composition - MIDI is never overwhelming in terms of resembling the represented instrument, but the strings sound exceptionally awful. Not your fault, of course.

But this is a lot nicer to listen to and helps a lot in getting the clever harmonies across. Because the sounds blend better together, they (paradoxically enough) are easier to follow on their own. Now that one harmonic note which made me cringe in the other version actually adds to the fun!

Cool to hear that, though you follow the "rules" for writing counterpoint closely, it still doesn't hold you back in trying out some interesting stuff. Sounds vague, but I think you know which parts I mean without me having to point them out.

The double time part is awesome. So is the ending. You have that knack for fucking up your own music, but you do it so clever that no one will be fooled into thinking that you don't know what you're doing. Respect for that!

So it's a 5/5 again. Keep on surprising man, and send me that e-mail about the CD swapping. And go and review my last submission, Hitler hacks LINUX. Also in 3/4 with syncopated beat, but that's where the resemblance ends :)


attemptedperfection responds:

I was afraid I wasn't going to get any feedback on this one, after putting so much time into the tedious process of writing each note out from the original score into Buzz... for all that I praise Buzz, it admittedly is not very user-friendly...
Anyway, thank you muchly for the detailed review!