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Date
06/23/2012
File Info
Song
6.5 MB
3 min 35 sec
Score
4.23 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.23 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

In this piece I improvised with new combinations of instruments and moods. there is a bass electric guitar.
I hope you will not stay indifferent)))

East West Quantum Leap Symphonik Hcoirs
East West Quantum Leap Orchestra Strings
East West Quantum Leap Orchestra Percussion
East West Quantum Leap Orchestra Brass
Miroslav Philarmonik
FL Studio 10

Reviews


SuperRyderBrosSuperRyderBros

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 24, 2012

Can I use this in my YouTube video? Its SOOO Epic dude! Great job. :P


EwigeDreamer responds:

Yes, of course)) just do not forget to show me the result.


dr-ripperdr-ripper

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 23, 2012

i really like it, but sometimes i have to set the volume or down because i cant hear it or it might wake the whole hous up (thats my own little problem). but keep up the good work.


EwigeDreamer responds:

with low sounds I had problems. Sometimes speakers rattled, had filtered through the equalizer.


skyoodskyood

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 23, 2012

This is very good. The changes in mood, etc seem random-- like a movie score but with no visuals to match the changes in mood to, so the effect is a little confusing. It would work better as a stand-alone piece of music if the mood moved in a particular direction, instead of jumping around a bit like it does. I also agree that it needs more in the low end. Doesn't really need more notes than you're providing with the bass guitar (at least not very many more), but maybe something with more sustain, like a nice interesting synth. Imagine listening to this in a movie theatre ... you would want your seat to be almost shaking, to feel the intensity in your chest. In other words, needs more bass. :) And of course, it needs an ending.

Great piece though, you definitely know what you are doing.


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EwigeDreamer responds:

thanks)))


SoundChrisSoundChris

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 23, 2012

Good job!

Nice appendages. The string-set sounds really nice (Can it be that FL Studio has better string / orchestra - instruments than Logic Studio?)

Here some constructice critics:

- I think you should insert some deep horns / basses (perhaps synth) or beats to intensify the pieces dark sentiment and give it more power / to tap the full potential. Because you use a lot of high tunes like violin etc. there should be a correspondent deep section

- what is not so good: At 1:17 it would be cogent to rise the action. Since the pieces beginning you create and rise the tension, and 1:17 is exactly the point where the audience expects its solution. Thats where you have to (!) bring in an exploding main theme (maybe with some iterations and key changes - i think it should be 16 or 32 tacts long). AFTER THAT MAIN - SECTION (!) will be the right place for a quiet and contemplative part which finally will end in a fade-out.
If you dont really understand what i mean (because my english skills are a little rusty :D ) just compare with the main themes of "Transformers", "Batman Begins" or other great movie scores. All of these scores have quite the same song-structure. Combined to your creativity (which you allready proved with this piece) the piece could become fantastic!

I hope you like constructive criticism and this review was useful for you. Keep going on and consider to have a clear and logical structure in your pieces. Anyway: i liked it - cool thing!

Chris


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EwigeDreamer responds:

thank you! I really liked this review))) and the "rusty English," I write to you in PM =)