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5 min 4 sec
4.53 / 5.00

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Rated 5 / 5 stars November 3, 2012

Pretty much love this 'cuz!!! :)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars June 25, 2012

Absolutely brilliant. IT's calming yet something I can tap my head to! The sax just seals the deal with a calming and soothing lullaby of epicosity. Reminds me dearly of a nice RPG/dating hybrid set into a moderately futuristic world. Nonetheless, It's worthy of being in my personal playlist. Great job!


Supersonic63Leo responds:

Aww... Thanks, I never expected that it would be this good :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars July 1, 2012

I agree with AcreHill that the saxophone has it's moments, however I felt that the piano should have been more prominent.

Keep up the good work.

Supersonic63Leo responds:

Thanks, you and AcreHill encourage me as always :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars October 27, 2012

I feel that the Piano was drowned out by the Jazz, and there wasn't enough of a rhythm from the percussion. After the Jazz solo, I enjoyed the synthetic rhythm and I am glad to hear the piano is being a little more utilized. I feel that you did not venture enough from the same sounds. I felt like you kept repeating it and while that is nice, it is also repetitive and become a bit boring. I would suggest that next time, you break it up a little, don't be afraid to put a bit more creativity into it.

A small tip, I know this isn't seen in jazz much, but a violin can go a long way, as a back up to the Alto Saxophone. I would also suggest adding in a bit of trumpet to back up the Saxophone during it's solo, mostly to touch on the higher notes and make them a little more effective.

As I am repeating the song, I am finding spots where it felt like you were trying to pack to much into a specific spot. Breathe and relax. Jazz is supposed to flow, and be even, but your Saxophone was a little rushed. The Piano could be used to slow it down and the percussion, I would keep to a base or snare if at all possible, you'd be surprised how one or two details can change the over all piece.

I hope this was constructive and you take some of it to heart, You seem to have a great grasp, but there are some areas that need a slight improvement.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 27, 2012

wasn't particularly a fan of the sax, but it had its moments. i really liked the tune of the beginning of the song, and the piano, it felt a bit nostalgic

Supersonic63Leo responds:

Yeah... It's really meant to be like that :)