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Lost But Not Forgotten

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Date
06/22/2012
File Info
Song
3.4 MB
3 min 41 sec
Score
4.00 / 5.00

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Author Comments

This is I piece I composed for Guitar, Piano and String Quartet. I wanted to compose something that really captured the solitude of remembering something of the past. Something that was a clouded mixture of happiness and sorrow. I present "Lost But Not Forgotten"

Reviews


piggemzpiggemz

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 29, 2012

i saw ur response comment and yes there is a sustain pedal option in finale under the articulations tab. the thing with the ascent or something... that will bring up the list and you should be able to find the piano pedal thing from there

about the piece its pretty nice but the chords are predictable and dont make me that emotional, try to get more creative with ur theory and u can make some cool stuff yes. the levels are quite good by the way, nice mixing job



skyoodskyood

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 23, 2012

Did you record the piano live, too? Because that would explain why it seems so far away and sparse. Also, don't know why there doesn't seem to be much use of the sustain pedal in that piano section (the bass notes are far too short). I guess I'm picking on the little piano section because it sticks out as being not on the quality level as the rest of the song, which is quite high. Good job!


MooseyMcSammich responds:

All the instruments beside the guitar are synthesized through Finale. I'm still trying to get a hang of making digital music. I'm sure there's a sustain pedal option...I'll check it out. Thanks for the constructive criticism!