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Date
09/15/2012
File Info
Song
568.6 KB
37 sec
Score
2.86 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 2.86 / 5 stars
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481 Plays | 26 Downloads
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Genres:
Other - Miscellaneous
Tags:
calm
electronic
morning
bittersweet

Author Comments

It's too short for my liking, but I don't know how to make it any longer then it is without ruining the feel of the song.

Anyhow this is something that I made after Pleasantness, but lacked the proper fingering to play it without any mistakes, so I withheld recording it for a while.

Anyways, I know it's short, but I think it's still enjoyable in any case and worthy of the audio portal.

Reviews


HaggardHaggard

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I have to agree with Knuckstrike here. The song is too short and it ends too suddendly. Maybe you could up the tempo to an almost crazy speed, and then end it with a few slower notes... because right now, the song seems to be cut off during the middle of a note.

Anyway, the concept of the song is still pretty nice.

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Jeromia responds:

Ahah sorry for the late response but yeah thank you for the review... Somehow later on I'll have to come back to this piece and "remix" it so to speak <_<


KnuckstrikeKnuckstrike

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I certainly like the point of this song: how it goes from slow to fast. It works.
Because I like orchestral music I immediately think: make the contrast bigger by putting in more instruments on the fast part than there are in the quiet part. But on second thought, I don't think this song needs it. The simplicity is fine.

I do indeed think it's worthy for the audio portal, but it's not something I would love to listen to more than one or two times. The first time you hear it it's pretty cool and you think: "Hey, that's original!", but once the surprise isn't there anymore it is, although still calm and kind of soothing, not that exiting to listen to anymore.

So my conclusion is: pretty original and something classical-ish I haven't heard before, but only 36 seconds of pleasure, which is short for a song. If you could either make a 2-minute song or make it loop and the 60 percent build-up a bit shorter, I'm sure you'll get a really good song.

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Jeromia responds:

Thank you for the kind and helpful words and I'm glad you enjoyed it whilst the feel lasted :)